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PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE STUDENTS 
OF CURRY COLLEGE 
MILTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Table Of Contents 

Student Life 12 

Parents Weekend 16 

Homecoming 20 

Administration and Faculty ... 42 

Administration 44 

Faculty 52 

Seniors 64 

Who's Who 90 

Organizations 98 

Athletics 114 

Advertising 152 

Directory 160 





Curryer Staff 



Editor 

Robert Carapella 

Assistant Editor 

Vincent Cattat 

Associate Editor 

Richard White 

Student Life 

Timothy Garvey 
Ralary Laubaugh 

Athletics 

Dennis Sorge 
Marc Harris 
Michael Field 

Typists 

Susan Allen 
Jamie Jame 
Edie Dehm 

Photographer 

Ken Murphy 
Jose Fraga 



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To Find Themselves. 



A Memorial Dedication 

Edwin P. Booth 

1898-1969 

Views On Curry College, History and Teaching 





This is the last formal interview with a great professor and fine 
historian. We have changed this dedication little because he, we 
feel, would have wanted it this way. However, the fact that we 
have recently lost him makes his words that much more relevant. 



EDITOR: As a historian, what impact will 
the Apollo 11 space flight have on man- 
kind"? 

BOOTH: In my opinion it will reinforce a 
direction in which mankind has been mov- 
ing for many centuries. Mainly it will prove 
the largeness of the universe and give us a 
new concept of the earth's relationship to 
the other planets. 

EDITOR: What would you say is your 
greatest achievement in your lifetime? 
BOOTH: My greatest achievement is to 
have lived almost 50 years in the same com- 
munity, trying to hold friendships and over- 
come enemies and develop co-operative life. 

EDITOR: You have met many important 
people in your lifetime, who impressed you 
the most? 

BOOTH: This would have to be answered 
according to the different areas of life. In 
politics I think Winston Churchill; in reli- 
gion it would be a toss up between Albert 
Schweitzer and Mahatma Ghandi. But there 
are other areas, I was deeply impressed by 
Roland Hayes' growth from slave birth in 
north Georgia to one of the greatest singers 
that the Western World has known. 

EDITOR: How would you sum up your 
years at Curry College? 
BOOTH: I have been exceptionally happy 
here. My years at Boston University had to 
do with professional training for religion 
and Philosophy. Here at the college level I'm 
completely happy as I see a larger mixture 
of student background and a larger future 
of student hopes. 

EDITOR: What event in your lifetime stands 
out most prominently? 

BOOTH: I think the death of my son in 
battle would have to be the answer there. 
I don't know how I could evaluate the assas- 
sinations of the Kennedy's and Martin Lu- 
ther King. 

EDITOR: What do you think is the main 
reason for all the troubles we are having 
on so many college campuses today? 
BOOTH: The evolution of a totally new 
society. 1492-1914 are relative dates for a 
great flowering of Western European society. 
This is now over and new forms of life must 
be discovered. 

EDITOR: Do you think that students should 



have a greater say in college policy? 
BOOTH: Yes I do but I am not of the opin- 
ion that they should have too great a say in 
the evaluation of professors except as re- 
gards the actual classroom itself. 
EDITOR: Since you are a history professor, 
could you give reasons why anyone should 
take up history as a major? 
BOOTH: Yes I can very definitely. Many 
men have said it but Abraham Lincoln said 
it very clearly that if you don't know where 
you have been, you don't know where you 
are and if you don't know where you are you 
don't know which way to go. I do not con- 
ceive of history as giving us rules for the 
future, but I do conceive of history as the 
knowledge upon which those rules can be 
discovered. 

EDITOR: If you could change any historical 
event which event would you change and 
why? 

BOOTH: I think I would change the Cru- 
sades. I would like to have seen Islamic 
civilization and Christian civilization meet 
each other in conversation and co-operate 
rather than in bitter warfare which still 
haunts us. 

EDITOR: We know you are both a history 
professor and a minister, but if you could 
have chosen any other profession which 
profession would you have chosen and why? 
BOOTH: Some of my friends have suggested 
and I have always felt it keenly that per- 
haps I should have been on the stage as 
was the man for whom I am named. I would 
have been glad to have been an actor. 

EDITOR: What impact do you think the 
Vietnam war will have on our society? 
BOOTH: A very serious one. It is bringing 
into question the whole experience of vio- 
lence as a way to produce or halt social 
change and it is also elevating the citizenry 
of the United States to a sense that they 
should have more to say in governmental 
decisions than they now have. 
EDITOR: What future do you see for Curry 
College? 

BOOTH: I see a great future for the small 
college. We greatly need colleges to act as an 
intermediary between the school, high school, 
and graduate level. The only trouble is the 
financial cost to the student who attends 
these small colleges. 



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Registration Welcomes 
Freshman To Curry . . . 





This is the day when freshmen are given one of the most vital introductions 
to the school — REGISTRATION. In the chaotic spirit, the freshmen were 
introduced to Geology 101, Spanish 101, Introduction to Literature, and many 
others, only to find them closed. 

Waiting and frustration were the high points on September 16th. Everyone 
wondered if the IBM computer was designed to help or hinder their efforts. 

After that "perfect schedule" was slowly destroyed, the not so enthusiastic 
freshman student proceeded to the final table and gave up his impersonal 
IBM cards. Finally he found the way to the registrar's office and the piles of 
drop and add cards. He was trying to retrieve his original schedule, which was 
located somewhere between program in and read out. 









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The October 15th Moratorium was hailed by the students of 
Curry College as a day of protest against our involvement in 
Vietnam. The students and faculty showed their support for the 
moratorium by attending speeches on the quadrangle. 

Those participating in the activities were: Dean Rose, who 
gave a prayer for the war dead, Mr. Hilyard, Mr. VanNeste, Mr. 
Mandell, Dr. Thrower, Dr. Condit, Mr. Schnieder, and a newspa- 
per editor from Cambridge, Mass. Speeches were given by stu- 
dents and afterwards a protest song was presented by the Curry 
College Choir. 

After the program Curry students gathered at the Boston 
Common with students from schools all over Boston. There were 
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Curry College's 1969 Parents Weekend was a huge 
success, both informative and well planned. Appre- 
ciation should go to Linda Cudmore and Don 
Mitchell, co-chairmen of the weekend as well as the 
chairman, Mr. Warren Bazirgan, Jr. 

The college sponsored an open house in the Par- 
ents Lounge for both students and parents on Fri- 
day evening. The following day included registration 
and an informal coffee hour which was attended by 
students, parents, and faculty. At this time, Presi- 
dent John Hafer presented the future expectations 
of the college. A buffet luncheon in the Miller Gym 
was then shared by all. With great anticipation, 
everyone proceeded to their seats at the atheltic 
field to cheer Curry's football to victory. Our boys 
fought hard but bowed to Trenton State College, six 
to nine. The entertainment for Saturday evening 
was presented by the Curry College Theatas, who 
presented two one-act plays: Mrs. Dally Has A 
Lover, and Wisper Into My Good Ear. 

The conclusion of the three day Parents Weekend 
was a joint luncheon in the Miller Gym. The week- 
end proved to be most enjoyable for all who took 
part and one of which Curry College can be proud. 




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After Frantic 
Preparation 
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Saturday nite, Curry College Thetas presented Mrs. 
Dally has a Lover, directed by David D. Kimball, as- 
sistant director Paul Alport. The cast was made up of 
Sandra Klibe who did a great job or portraying Mrs. 
Dally and Robert Lubell, who portrayed Mrs. Daily's 
lover, Frankie. The scene took place somewhere in a 
Brooklyn Apartment. The set design was done by 
Thomas Martin, Richard Rafferty and William Green. 






Homecoming Queen 
and her court. 



Parade, Floats, and a pre-game luncheon were but a few events 
to entertain students and greet alumni Friday, the start of Home- 
coming, 1969. 

Saturday afternoon students and alumni both filled Curry's new 
bleacher stands and were thrilled by the performance of a vic- 
torious Curry team against Nichols College. 

Valerie Carr, Class of 1970, reigned as Homecoming Queen over 
the weekend events. The post-game hours of reunion and the vic- 
tory celebrations set the spirit for Saturday evening entertain- 
ment. The entertainment was held at the Blue Hills Country Club. 

An unusually large crowd of students, faculty, and alumni 
alike showed up for Curry's best homecoming dance ever. They 
danced gayly to the sounds of Daddy Warbux, a fine, exuberant 
group. 

The feature group of the evening was Little Anthony and the 
Imperials. The crowd at the beginning sat calmly listening to 
their concert. By the time they sang the feature song from the 
production of "Hair" the crowd arose and really grooved to the 
electric excitement produced by Little Anthony. They gave a 
crowd raising, peace showing concert with songs like Going Out 
Of My Head, Tears On My Pillow, and It Hurts So Bad. Their 
final song of Exodus was a very appropriate finishing to the even- 
ing which exemplified the peace loving feeling of brotherhood 
which the world is striving for. 

November 2nd., 1969 at the Blue Hills Country Club will be a 
night that many will remember as a first in the many improve- 
ments to come to Curry, during its age of progress. 



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Ah, Wilderness! 



Great co-operation, understanding, and a genuine 
effort was shown in the 1969 Curry College Thetas 
production of Ah, Wilderness, by Eugene O'Neill. 

The performances were given on both April 29 
and 30, in the Milton High School Auditorium. All 
in attendance walked away with praise for the high 
quality of the production. 

Gratitude should go to the fine student actors 
whose professional performances were marvelous, 
namely: David Kimball, in the role of Sid, Thomas 
Martin, as the father, and Sandy Klibe, as the sis- 
ter. 



Fine performances were also turned in by: Robert 
MacDonald, William Anderson, Pamela Van Over- 
walle, Lori Griffiths, Paul Watson, Steve Fernandas, 
Carol MacDonald, Steve Lundvall, Jody Colyer, 
Mark Surkis, Robert MacNeil, and Lynn Anderson. 

Among those also helping to make this production 
such a marvelous success were Kathleen B. Mc- 
Cann, who directed the production, James Tighe, 
for lighting, and Bruce Goldman and Lee Harring- 
ton for their help in putting together the scenery. 




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The Cast 



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Mildred . . . 
Arthur . . . 
Mrs. Miller 
Lily Miller 
Sid Davis . 
Nat Miller 



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Sandy Klibe 

. . . William Anderson 
Pamela Van Overwalle 

Lori Griffiths 

David Kimball 

Thomas Martin 



Richard Paul Watson 

David McComber Steve Fernandes 

Nora Carol MacDonald 

Wint Selby Steve Lundvall 

Belle Jody Colyer 

Bartender Mark Surkis 

Salesman Robert MacNeil 



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The Continuing 

Middle East 

Crisis . . . 



A very informative evening was had by everyone who attended 
the lecture given by Winston Churchill, III in the Miller Field 
House. The topic of his speech was, "The Continuing Middle 
East Crisis." In his speech he stressed the basic causes of the war, 
the reasons why the war started and what roles the big powers, 
namely Russia and the United States played in the conflict. 

Mr. Churchill, being an astute reporter and traveler in both 
countries before and after the war gave us an in depth look in to 
the troubles in the Middle East and then proceeded to map out 
alternatives to peace in the Middle East based on his knowledge 
obtained by speaking to both leaders and to the people involved 
in the war. 

All in all, Mr. Churchill's speech was well received, and a large 
and receptive crowd turned out for this first big event presented 
by the Curry College Cultural Affairs Committee. 




Dr. Pamela Wrinch introduces Mr. Winston Churchill, III. 








Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm spoke on 
"The Social Revolution" 



Cultural Affairs 
Forum 

Presented Many 
Interesting 
Speakers 



During the school year, the Cultural Affairs 
Committee of Curry College presented a total 
of seven speakers. The topics ranged from Ar- 
chaeology, Fantastic goings-on under the deep 
sea in the Bahamas, to talks on Russia and 
Southeast Asia. Most of these speakers 
brought with them documentary films for 
further enjoyment of the audiences. In all 
cases, the people who attended came away 
with increased knowledge and a well spent 
evening. 




Richard Maxson 
"Lost World's of man" 



Harry Pederson 

"Village Beneath the Sea" 




Winter Weekend at Curry College featured two 
fantastic talents - the great Richie Havens, doing 
his thing in concert Friday night and the equally 
fabulous Steven Wonder; who performed his hit 
songs, like, For Once in My Life, at the Plush Chest- 
nut Hill Country Club Saturday night. 



Much credit should go to the entertainment com- 
mittee and particularly, Don Mitchell for his role 
in bringing together these two entertainers and mak- 
ing Winter Weekend a most memorable one in Curry 
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President Has 
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Dr. John S. Hafer has been president of 
Curry College since 1965. Under his guidance 
the school has grown from approximately 380 
to the present enrollment of 900. 

Always looking to the future, the president 
recently announced a ten-year building pro- 
gram which will increase library, dormitory, 
and other facilities for the benefit and the en- 
joyment of the students. 

President Hafer doesn't limit his activities to 
his official duties, but is interested in civic proj- 
ects and other community affairs. His hobbies 
are: fishing, walking in the Blue Hills, and 
photography. 

President Hafer received his Bachelor of Sci- 
ence degree in History from Syracuse Univer- 
sity; his Master of Arts degree from the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. He also holds an honorary 
Doctor of Education degree. 




President Hafer 
presents a 
graduate her 
diploma. 




President Hafer enjoying himself at a 
Curry baseball game. 



President Hafer showing the plans to the 
new dormitory. 



Administration 



Hiram J. Evans 
Professor of Biology 
A.B., M.A., A.M. Ph.D 





DEAN OF THE COLLEGE 



Cecil H. Rose 

Associate Professor of Religion 

A.B., B.D. 



DEAN OF STUDENTS 



Robert Capalbo 
Instructor in History 
A.B., M.A. 




ASSISTANT TO THE DEAN OF STUDENTS 




Joan Kakascik 
Instructor in Psycholi 
B.A., M.A. 



DEAN OF WOMEN 




John O. Gawne 
Professor of Psychology 
B.A., M.A. Ed. D. 



DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING 



Donald S. McNeil 




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DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT 




Milton L. Boyle 
Assistant Professor of Religion 
*^ A.D., B.D. Ph.D. 



ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT 



Richard Mantz 
B.S. 




DEAN OF ADMISSIONS 




Thomas D. Goldrick 
A.B., M.S. 



BUSINESS MANAGER 



Helen LeBaron 





Warren S. Bazirgan 
B.S. 



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DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATION 



John P. Vallely 




Faculty 



The rapidly expanding stu- 
dent population of Curry Col- 
lege has brought with it many 
problems and headaches for the 
administration and faculty. 
Nevertheless plans were shown 
that included more buildings 
and more students. 

The character of Curry Col- 
lege is rapidly changing and 
along with it so is the faculty 
and administration whose job 
it is to keep up with the ever 
increasing college attendance 
and the ever increasing student 
demands. 




Jane Alper 
ENGLISH 




C. Alan Anderson 
PHILOSOPHY 



Raul J. Artigas 
SPANISH 




Henry H. Babcock 
FRENCH 




Rodger A. Bump 
RADIO & T.V. 





Carlton Condit 
GEOLOGY 



Carl Cooper 
PSYCHOLOGY 




Rudolph Goetz 
CHEMISTRY 




David Fama 
MATHEMATICS 




Joseph Eckert 
BUSINESS 



Paricia Fleming 
SOCIOLOGY 




Claudine Hogarth 
FRENCH 






Gerald D. Hilyard 
PSYCHOLOGY 




Edward Hastings 
ENGLISH 



John HiU 
HISTORY 



Indar Kamal 
PHYSICS 





Robert L. Keighton 
GOVERNMENT 



Stephen Howe 
EDUCATION 





John Horvorka 
CHEMISTRY 




Marvin Mandell 
ENGLISH 




Richard J. Kosh 
BIOLOGY 





Gladys Martinez 
SPANISH 



Judson Lyon 
HISTORY 





Alexander B. Moissiy 
RUSSIAN 



Kathleen B. McCann 
SPEECH 





Arthur H. Mitchell 
HISTORY 



William L. Mayo 
EDUCATION 




Leon Rudman 
ECONOMICS 




Sue Saye 
BUSINESS 





Francesco Rapuano 
ECONOMICS 



Tamara S. Moissiy 
LANGUAGE LABORATORY 




Albert Sherring 
SOCIOLOGY 



Pamela Spencer 
EDUCATION 




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ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Joan Thrower 
EDUCATION 





Kenton Steward 
MUSIC 



Nancy Stein 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




John E. Tramondozzi 
CHEMISTRY 



Victor F. Van Neste 
PHILOSOPHY 



A Professor 
Gives The 
Class What 
He Thinks In 
Exchange For 
What His 
Students Are 
Thinking 




Haig DerMardersian 
SPEECH 




Pamela N. Wrinch 
GOVERNMENT 



"A Teacher Affects 
Eternity; He Can 
Never Tell Where 
His Influence Stops'" 

— Henry James — 




Marlene A. Wallin 
ART 




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Lucile M. Weston 
BIOLOGY 



Graduation For These Seniors 
Reflects The End Of Preparation 
And The Beginning Of Fulfilment 






Sue Allen 
Elementary Education 



Lynn Anderson 
Speech 



John C. Angell 
History 




Leon Arbeene 
Elementary Education 





Robert Baker 
Business 



Heywood B. Bakst 
Business 



Stephen A. Baldwin 
Government 






Anita Becker 
Elementary Education 



Robert Bradley 
Business 



Peter Briante 
History 






Fran Brody 
Elementary Education 



Louis Brugnoli 
Business 



Todd Brunengraber 
Business 





Cynthia Callan 
Elementary Education 





James Carroll 
Government 






Vincent J. Cattat 
Psychology 



Beth Cisco 
Elementary Education 



Harry Clark 
History 






Alan Cohen 
Business 



Steven Coon 
Chemistry 



Bourke Corcoran 
Psychology 






Linda Cudmore 
English 



David Curry 
Business 



Kenneth Cushing 
Business 





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Elementary Education 



Ellen Dardano 
English 



Frank Dardano 
English 






Linda Darienzo 
French 



Audrey Davis 
Elementary Education 



Edith Dehm 
Elementary Education 






John Donnelly 
Psychology 



John Dooley 
Business 



Betsy Drake 
Economics 






Harveen Dreibilbis 
Elementary Education 



Paul Eddy 
Business 



Randolph Eddy 
Business 







Christine Farnsworth 
Business 



Ellen Fleischer 
Elementary Education 



Merrill Franks 
Speech 





Tobe F. Friedman 
Elementary Education 






Michael GagUardi 
Economics 



David R. Gibbins 
History 



Sherry Gladstone 
Sociology 






Steven B. Goldstein 
Business 



Arthur Gray 
English 



Steven J. Greenstein 
Government 






Jonathan Hacker 
Psychology 



William Heisler 
Business 



Ellen Heyman 
Elementary Education 





Robert J. Hooper 
Historv 






David Hurvitz 
Business 



Louise Jame 
Elementary Education 



Bruce W. Julien 
Business 





Roberta Kessler 
Elementary Education 






Karen Kahn 
Elementary Education 



Michael Kehrmeyer 
Economics 



Christopher Kennedy 
Business 






Dianne Kerrissey 
Psychology 



Gloria B. Kiken 
Elementary Education 



Cheryl Kirkby 
Sociology 






Robert Kline 
Business 



Nancy Kroop 
Elementary Education 



Sandra Kutzin 
Elementary Education 







Alissa Lande 
Psychology 



A. Edward Lord 
Business 



Herbert Lovens 
Sociology 





Joyce McDonald 
Elementary Education 




Richard McDonough 
Psychology 



Lawrence Michetti 
History 



William C. Maloney 
Business 






Porter Mulford 
Psychology 



Allan Moultin 
History 



Richard Nasuti 
Elementary Education 






Charles Nolan 
Business 



Robert S. Nutter 
Business 



Lucille O'Connell 
Elementary Education 





Edward Ostrowski 
Business 






Diana F. Palladino 
Elementary Education 



Ann Palow 
Elementary Education 



Ellen Paul 
Psychology 






Janis Pechenik 
Elementary Education 



Elizabeth Pesce 
Elementary Education 



Ronald Peterson 
Business 




Albert M. Powers 
Business 




Jean Raboff 
Psychology 




Sally Ann Pugliese 
Spanish 




Richard Rafferty 
Speech 



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Richard M. Quirk 
Business 




Stanley E. Roberts 
Chemistry 









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Rose Rolfe 
Psychology 



Michael Root 
Business 



Priscilla Rose 
Elementary Education 





Richard J. Rosenbaum 
Business 




George F. Rysinger 
Speech 



Michael Sansone 
History 



Max P. Schechner 
Psychology 






Eugene Schoenfelder 
Economics 



Arthur Schuessler 
Business 



Stuart Sclarow 
Business 






Joan Schwartzfarb 
Elementary Education 



Panja Senadisai 
Business 



Marilyn Shaughessy 
Psychology 





Carole Smith 
Sociology 






Bret Sagenkahn 
Elementary Education 



Charles J. Szymanski 
Business 



Susan Spooner 
Elementary Education 






Donald E. Staszko 
Psychology 



Sandra Surgeon 
History 



Paul G. Sutherland 
Psychology 






James Tabacco 
Business 



Susan Tarantino 
Elementary Education 



Frank E. Thomasino 
Government 






George Tougas 
Psychology 



Alan Unangst 
Government 



Marleen Urbaitis 
Elementary Education 






John Urban 
History 



Mark Warter 
Sociology 



Sherry Westaway 
History 




Four years crammed full of unforgettable 
events . . . soon forgotten. What we will recall 
most readily are not the big weekends but the 
day to day habits and happening that color 
the times we spend here. We will remember an 
empty mailbox, depressing Sunday dinners in 
Mayflower, long winters and late springs, 
tasteless food, sold-out machines, evenings in 
the library, that unattended eight thirty class, 
scribbled blue books . . . and snow. 




Cliff Wilson 
Business 



Richard A. White 
Speech 



Who's Who 





SUSAN ALLEN 



SUSAN SPOONER 



A Committee of students and faculty headed by 
Dean Hiram Evans selected twelve seniors to 
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES. Faculty, Administration, as well 
as students were invited to recommend qualified 
students to the committee. 

Out of this list of students the most quaUfied sen- 
iors were chosen, on the bases of scholastic record, 
extracurricular activities, and their usefulness to 
the community after graduation. 




JOYCE MacDONALD 




VALERIE CARR 



Administration 
And Faculty 
Choose Twelve 
Distinguished 
Seniors . . . 




BOURKE CORCORAN 



STEVEN GREENSTEIN 




BETSY DRAKE 




SALLY ANN PUGLIESE 




GREGORY MacGILPIN 




LYNN ANDERSON 




The Curryer, 
Salutes These 
Individuals For 
Their Contributions 
To The Academic 
Community 






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CHERYL KIRKBY 



JOHN DONNELLY 



ORGANIZATIONS 



It's not a bad place, this Curryer office. It's sort of 
confusing at first, with all the talk about over 
prints, direct line, and reverse prints. But after a 
while it all started to fall into place. "Who took the 
scale-o-graph? Has anyone seen those sport 
pictures? Why don't we have the meeting on 
Wednesday instead of Tuesday? Let's pattern our 
book after the U of Mass. book. What does Fe- 
bruary 16th mean? When are my prints coming in? 
Don't worry about it. It'll get done in time. 

Somehow all the deadlines were met and the book 
came out on time. But not one member of the staff 
ever doubted that it would, did they!! 




Robert Carapella — Editor 




Mike Field, Dennis Sorge, Tim Garvey, Richard White, 
Marc Harris, Edie Dehm, Bob Carapella, Vincent Cattat, 



Jose Fraga, Not Pictured: Susan Allen, Jamie Jame, 
Ralary Laubaugh. 



THE CURRYER . . 





JAMIE JAME 



VINCENT CATTAT 




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SUE ALLEN 



JOSE PRAGA 



A Real Experience 





RALARY LAUBAUGH 



RICHARD WHITE 





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David Roberts, Dennis Riess, George Reid, Willard Horn, William Hettich, Jack Hall - EDITOR, 
James Montemurro 



Changing Face Of 
Campus Publications 
Reflects Diversified 
Student Demands 



Student Senate 
Gives Curry 
Students Real 
Voice . . . 



Striving for student power and recognition 
of student rights in College decision is the char- 
acteristic of Curry College Student Senate. 

One of the senate's yearly functions is the 
allocation of student funds which are derived 
from the activity fee. Controversial items in- 
cluded in this year budget were the largest 
Curryer and Colonel budget in the Senate's 
history. 

The Senate continued its study of a wet 
campus and student faculty relationship. It 
also proposed and received a voice in all col- 
lege committee except faculty Welfare. All in 
all it was quite a busy year for the Curry Stu- 
dent Senate. 




Joe Ventrone, Vice President Anthony Fileberto, President Sally 
Pugliese, Secretary 




John Lee, Edward Romain, Mike Stone, Don Cohen, Sally Pugliese, Anthony Fileberto, Joe 
Ventrone, Bruce Flagg, Don Mitchell, Thimothy Garvey, Joe Greyson, Michael Kallock 



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Treasurer V. Pres. Pres. Secretary Treasurer V. Pres. Pres. Secretary 

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President Vice President 

Stuart Sclarow Harry Clark 



President 
Don Mitchell 



Acting V. President 
Sid Beard 



M.D.C. 




Richard Raferty, Lary Marcechal, Robert Schwartz, George 
Finkell, Todd Bruengraber, Richard Steiner, John 
Kaniewski, Ronald Chapin, Richard Lalor, Gary Seidman, 
Lloyd Mapp, Bob Mitchell, Richard Steiner, Gregory 



MacGilpin, Peter Chisholm, George Austin, Jim Schlsinsker, 
Craig Moore, Steve Greenstein, John Donnelly, Wayne 
Wathey, James Carroll, Joe Ventrone, Richard White, Bruce 
Flagg, Bill Green, Peter Shaw, Howard Newkirk. 



W.S.G.A. 




Louise Jame, SaUyann Puliese, Valerie Carr, Dean Joan Kakascik 




Fraternity, a body of men asso- 
ciated for their common interest 
or pleasure; a brotherhood. 



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Brotherhood is not measured 
by the size of the house, or the 
trophies on a mantle, or the 
money which is in the treasury. 
The material terms of brick, tin, 
or silver are overshadowed by the 
personal stature of the individuals 
who make up the fraternity chap- 
ter. 



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Madrigals 




Richard Raferty 
Marylyn Schanacy 
Dana Hilton 
Judy Robinson 
Michele Kelly 
Ellen Timmons 
Frank Niezgorski 
Judy Adams 
Steven Lundvall 
Keven Connor 
David Kimball 
Paul Thistle 
Susan Kamp 
Pam Ogle 



Wind Ensemble 



Jerry Fleishman 
Alan Milkoff 
Kevin Connor 
Steve Holton 
Willam Mellin 
Judy Adams 
Geof Greenberg 
John Sloate 
Paul Sutherland 
Bernie Creedon 
David Kimball 




The Outing Club 




Dana Hilton, Sue Kamp, Dr. Condit, George Austin, Anita Rupner, Greg MacGilpin, Sandy 
Verdrager, Bob Schmidt, Bob Kline, Nina Harding, Jim ScMansker, Rich McDonough. 



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Snow's up!! 



Jean Claude Brash 






WVAC 
Moves Into 
New Studio 



For the first time in the short history of Curry 
College radio, the offices and broadcasting facilities 
are now located in a building occupied by the col- 
lege station WVAC. In the year and a half, since 
February 5, 1968, the members of the speech and 
primarily the radio courses at Curry have worked 
long and hard to bring the station to its present pla- 
teau. The first semester of broadcasting saw the 
newly formed media slowly feel its way through the 
paces of entertaining the community and informing 
the general audience. 

Within the early part of November, WVAC will 
began its fourth semester of live broadcasting. Oper- 
ating from brand new studios in the center of the 
campus, the station aimed toward a new image and 
a lasting and proud tradition of radio broadcasting 
at Curry College. 

by Don Smith 

Public Affairs Director WVAC 






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Motivation, practice, character, studies, 
numerable all nighters devotion of one's creative 
talents pressures towards a common goal . . . 
opening nite and the last frantic moments before 
curtain goes up, seems to make it all worth the 
effort. 




THETAS MEMBERS 



Janis Myzal 
Barry Vichnick 
Joe Ventrone 
Nancy Kaye 
Bob Fineman 
Noel Desauters 
Dave Hollander 
Dave Kimball 
Tom Martin 
Mark Surkis 
Paul Alpert 
Steve Lundvall 
Bob Ruel 
Nick Prout 
Judith Prins 
Bill Green 
Dean Morgenstern 
Bob MacNeil 



Counselors 




First Row: Sue Martin, Cheryl Kirkby, Betsy Drake, Cathy Blau, 

Second Row: Linda Cudmore, Sandra Surgeon, Margaret Ward, Edie Dehm. 

Third Row: Sid Beard, Mike Field, Greg MacGilpin, Rich Lalor, George Austin, Steve Greenstein, 
Mark Strodel, 

Fourth Row: Jim Schlansker, Gene Schaefer, Jim Tabacco, Mike Gagliardi, Ron Chapin, John 
Donnelly, Bob Antinrella. 



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Back row: Mike Flavin, Ed Benedict, Gene Schaefer, Bob Clare, Rick Delassio 
Front row: Greg Fallon, Harry Clark, Steve Baldwin, Tom McShane 





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CURRY. . 


12 


MAINE 








MARITIME ACAD 





CURRY . . 


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BOSTON UNIVERSITY 
(FRESHMAN) 


28 


CURRY . . 


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MONTCLAIR STATE 


29 


CURRY . . 


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TRENTON STATE 


9 


CURRY . . 


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BRISTOL COLLEGE 





CURRY . . 


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NICHOLS COLLEGE 


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CURRY . . 


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BRIDGEWATER 


25 


CURRY . . 


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JERSEY CITY 


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New Coach Leads Colonels 
To Best Record In History 



In 1969, the 100th Anniversary of collegiate football, the 
Curry football team won more games in a season than any 
other previous season in Curry's history. 

The team, backed by rising support from the student body, 
fought for recognition in the New England Conference and 
tied for the title. 

Several precedents were set, such as the team winning its 
opening game, beating Maine Maritime for the first time in 
their ten year series. 

The secret of success was found, this year, in our new coach, 
William McKeown and his new assistant coach, Thomas Pi- 
leski and veteran coach William Lehman. 

The coaching staff received great support from an enthusias- 
tic and highly spirited team. They capitalized on the opposi- 
tion mistakes to win games and keep others close. 

There were no give aways this year, as has been categorized 
previous years. Curry won more games than ever before and 
any team who beat us worked hard for their win. Our offense 
was efficient and our often overwork defense brutal. 

If this season was an indicator, Curry football is in for ^ 
much brighter future. 



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First Curry Victory In Ten 



Maine Maritime 
Mistakes Give 
Curry 12-0 Edge 

CASTINE, (AP)— Curry Col- 
lege capitalized on Maine 
Maritime Academy mistakes 
and spoiled a Parents Day 
football weekend by downing 
the Middies, 12-0, yesterday. 

The Maritime offense 
stalled with six. fumbles and 
only a tight defense kept the 
Cadets in the game. 

Curry scored twice through 
the air. Rick Delessio hit Tom 
Tomasino in tlie end zone on- a 
-one-yard flip in the second 
iperiod and Bill MacDonaldj 
tossed 39 yards to Mike San- 
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(Jiirry Uiitplays 
Bristol, 20-0 

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MILTON — Quarter- 
back Rick Delessio passed 
for three touchdowns yes- 
terday to carry Curry Col- 
lege to a 20-0 triumph over 
Bristol Community Col- 
lege. 

Delessio, who had 13 
wmpletions in 20 attempts 
for 185 yards, connected 
with Chuck Nolan on a 
Dne-yard pass in the first 
period. He followed with a 
1 2-yard scoring flip in the 
second quarter to Dennis 
Flavin and finished off the 
scoring with a 25-yard 
pass to Frank Thomasino. 

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Delessio (Gregono kick i 

Curry , — Flavin 12 pass from 
Delessio (kick failed). 

Curry — Thomasino 25 pass- 
irom Delessio (Gregorio kick). 



A Rare Curry 
Shutout — Our 
Second Win 








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Three Wins! 

A Milestone In 
Recent Football History 

Dalessio Paces 
Curry Win J 2-2 

Quarterback Rick Da'essio 
scored a touchdown and passed 
for another as Curry College 
defeated Nichols 12-2, yester- 
day at Milton. 

Curry scored first in the 
second period when Dalessio 
connected with Frank Thoma- 
sino from 40 yards out and 
again in the third period with 
Dalessio plunging in from the 
one yard line. 

The victory evened Curry's 
record at 3-3. Nichols remains 
winless at 0-6. 

Curry 6 6 0— 12~ 

Nichols 2 0—2 

C— Thomasino 40 pass frof Dalessio 

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Wins 
New England College 
Plymouth State College 
Bridgewater State 
Windham College 
Westfield State 
Hawthorne 

Losses 
Roger Williams 
Eastern Conn. State 
Univ. Maine — Portland 
Suffolk 
Roger Williams 




GOLF TEAM 
Paul Sutherland 
Elliot Meltzer 
Chris Kennedy 
John Guiney 
Coach Donovan 
Mike Kichmeier 
Terry Lynch 
Bill Kaloust 



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The Curry College golf team led by trophy win- 
ner, Paul Sutherland, successfully overcame a mild 
mid-season slump, winning their last four matches, 
to finish with a respectable 6-5 record. 

Coach Donavan has hopes for an expanded shed- 
ule next season. 



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Curry Skaters 
Look Good In Only 
Second Season 



Frustration and disappointment coupled with 
lack of size and experience along with inconsis- 
tent play on the part of the defense marked 
this year's hockey team. 

All this can be expected since this is only Cur- 
ry's second year competing in hockey. The few 
bright spots on this year's poor season was the 
5-2 win over Emerson College and the pldy of 
Freshman Bill MacDonald. 

Next season Curry skaters hope for a better 
year as well as an expanded schedule which, 
they hope will include more Boston area Col- 
leges. 




The Loneliest Position: Goalie 




128 





Fiost6r 
NAME POSITION 

M. Gagliardi Defense 

C. Kennedy Defense 

J. White Wing 

J. Guiney Center 

W. MacDonald Wing 

G. Hintlian Wing 

A. Schussler Defense 

R. Sevinor Defense 

B. Jones Center 

B. Maxwell Wing 

J. Morrow Wing 

P. Garre Wing 

F. Hannon Goalie 

S. Phillips Defense 

S. Goldstein Wing 



The Curry team as well as the spectators look on, in expectation 
of a Curry goal. 



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Curry Colonels 
Improve 



The 1969-1970 Varsity Basketball team compiled 
a record of 8 wins and 15 losses. This record was 
possible because the quality of play was vastly im- 
proved over last year. 

The team best performance came in the second 
half of the season when the team managed in one 
stretch to win seven out of eight games. The rea- 
son for such a marked improvement came in the 
presence of center Jim Selesky a 6-5 235 pound 
transfer student and over all improved play of the 
team. Such veterans as Joe Cacciatore, John Mc- 
Namara, Gene Schaefer and Al Moulton all provided 
the spark for Curry's winning streak. 

Coach Donovan put together a fine team and 
next year's prospects includes three fine looking 
Freshman from this year's team. They are Steve 
Brown, Ray Richardson and Kevin Lalley. Also 
coming back will be Joe Cacciatore the team's lead- 
ing scorer. The only negative factor which Coach 
Donovan will have to face next year will be the loss 
of Senior Al Moulton, a fine two way performer and 
the team's best one-on-one player. 




Joseph Cacciatore shoots against Bridgewater St. 




Bottom Row: Glenn Jacobus, Joseph Cacciatore, Eugene 
Schaefer, Allan Moulton, Richard Reid, Graig Moore Top 
Row: Coach Joseph Donovan, John McNamara, Ted 



Jagger, Charlie Green, Ray Richardson, Russ Marion, 
Kevin Donnelly, Manager Alan Factor. 








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iRY OPPONENT 


80 


Fitchburg State 


82 


107 


Emerson College 


68 


66 

78 


Belknap College 
Franklin Pierce 


97 
86 


50 


Roger Williams 


76 


70 


Husson 


99 


54 


Suffolk 

Roger Williams 


102 


67 


Barrington 


72 


77 


Eastern Conn. State 


98 


69 


S.M.T.I. 


63 


66 

72 
59 


Belknap College 
Bridgewater State 
Nathaniel Hawthorne 


64 
70 

77 


75 


Framingham State 


73 


90 


Nathaniel Hawthorne 


78 


84 


Eastern Nazarene 


79 


81 


Emerson College 


61 


75 


S.M.T.I. 


104 


63 
67 


Framingham State 
Husson 


69 
110 


68 


Franklin Pierce 


88 


76 


Windham 


87 




Gene Schaefer passing the ball off to one of his teammates against Bridge- 
water State College. 




Charlie Green shooting a jump shot against Belknap College. 
134 




Part of the huge crowd watching the Colonels basketball team. 

135 




Defense — 
The Way 
To Win 












Gene Schaefer guarding a member of the Bridgewater 
State's team. 



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Baseball 1969 

After getting off to a slow start, the Curry College 
baseball team retaliated by winning four consecu- 
tive games, thus achieving a two-fold task: one, a 
creditable 7-7 record which, two, prevented the team 
from succumbing to its first losing season in over 
twenty years. 

Helping Coach Vallely attain this year's record 
were: Frank Thomasino, the teams pitcher and 
catcher, Al Moulton, a curve-ball pitcher with a lot 
of potential, Jim McCaffery, first baseman and 
power-hitter, and Jake Jacobus, a hustling 
ball-player with a good batting average. 

The outlook for the 1970 season look bright if, 
according to Coach Vallely, "we get a newcomer or 
two to battle for starting infield and outfield posi- 
tions." He also stated he could use a pitcher or two 
for the upcoming 1970 season. 




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Score 




Concentration — The Keynote For Victory 




Some Plays Are Close 
Some Easy 

All-Important . . 




Big Inning — Our Attack 
Defense The Opposition 
A Run Here, One There . 




Inning Games — One Run 
Games — They Faced Them 
All . . . 














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The Curry College tennis team faced a tough sea- 
son in 1969, but succeeded in swinging their way to 
an impressive 8-2 record. Coached by Willard Lee- 
man and captained by senior Bruce Hall, the team 
kept winning, defeated only by Nichols and the 
University of Maine at Portland. 

With the 1969 schedule completed, hopes are high 
for the 1970 season. Coach Leeman has high praise 
for such hopefuls as Richard Hebard, Porter Mul- 
ford, Steve Scott and John Lawton. 






Team Record 



CURRY . 


.5 


HAWTHORNE .... 


.3 


CURRY . 


. 8 


BRIDGEWATER . . 


. 1 


CURRY . 


.6 


BRIDGEWATER . . 


.3 


CURRY . 


. 6 


ROGER WILLIAM 


.3 


CURRY . 


.6 


LOWELL TECH . . 


.3 


CURRY . 


.9 


SUFFOLK UNIV. . . 


.0 


CURRY . 


. 2 


U. OF MAINE 








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. 7 


CURRY . 


. 3 


NICHOLS 


.6 


CURRY . 


.5 


HAWTHORNE .... 


.4 


CURRY . 


.4 


ROGER WILLIAMS 


3 




WILLIAM McKEOWN 



Coaches 





THOMAS PILESKI 




JOSEPH DONOVAN 



JACK VALLEY 



WILLARD 
LEEMAN 



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Curry students limber their 
muscles in the Campus 
Clean-Up May 1969. 







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Dear Students: 

The life and spirit of any college is a difficult image to present. 
Each staff member had a different idea of what should be in- 
cluded in each section, and the task of choosing the right picture 
for the right section, was a difficult one. 

I feel that working on this yearbook has been worthwhile not 
only for me, but for the staff as well. We have tried to present 
new ideas in many areas of the book, such as; senior pictures, 
opening sections and sports. We have also included more pictures 
in color than previous yearbooks, and have tried to put more 
emphasis on senior pictures and senior candid photos. 

Many people have played an important part in the production 
of this book. Vincent Cattat, Assistant Editor; Richard White, 
Associate Editor; Warren Bazirgan, Advisor and Mrs. Ruth 
McDonald, our Personal Secretary. To them, I wish to express 
my sincere appreciation. 

The 1970 Curryer has meant a great deal to me. The late 
hours, the rush to meet deadlines and the constant battle to rid 
the book of mistakes, demanded total involvement. However, it 
was all worth the effort to feel that the staff, as well as myself, 
have turned out the best Curiyer possible. 



Directory 



ABELES, MARTHA A. 
131 WINIFRED AVE. 
WORCESTER, MASS. 

ADAMS, JUDITH A. 
49 WHITE ST. 
CLARK MILLS, N.Y. 

AGNES, FRANK C. 
81 CLINTON ST. 
EVERETT, MASS. 

AGRANOVITCH, ABBY SUE 
33 MONTGOMERY LANE 
NORWICH, CONN. 

ALAN, MICHAEL 
242 GROVE ST. 
LEXINGTON, MASS. 

ALEXANDER, KENNETH 
1828 BROADWAY 
RAYNHAM, MASS. 

ALEXANDER, MARY N. 
24 ALEXANDER DR. 
E. HARTFORD, CONN. 



ANTINARELLA, ROBERT J. 
26 GROVE ST. 
TURNERS FLS., MASS. 

APPEL, ROY 
33 LYNN AVE. 
HULL, MASS. 

ARAKELIAN, MARK 
65 BARTLETT AVE. 
BELMONT, MASS. 

ARBEENE, LEON N. 
550 WASHINGTON ST. 
WINCHESTER, MASS. 

ARBUCKLE, WILLIAM 
91 PINE RIDGE 
WABAN, MASS. 

ARCHER, HELEN M. 
43 BETWOOD ST. 
ALBANY, N. Y. 

AUGUSTINI, STEPHEN R. 
140 HOWE ST. 
NATICK, MASS. 

AURELIO, LOUIS, JR. 
770 HIGHLAND AVE. 
MEDFORD, MASS. 



BARBERA, JOSEPH A. 
200 PACIFIC ST. 
PORT JEFF STN., N.Y. 

BARBERI, ROBERT K. 
OFF RIVER ST. 
KINGSTON, MASS. 

BARGENDE, JANE E. 
26 ROCKWOOD RD. 
HINGHAM, MASS. 

BARLETTA, J. KENNETH 
50 THOMPSON ST. 
DEDHAM, MASS. 

BARNES, LOIS ELAINE 
500 PARK DRIVE 
BOSTON, MASS. 

BARRETT, EDWARD M. 
15 WEST LONG DR. 
LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. 

BATCHELDER, STEPHEN P. 
407 EXETER ROAD 
HAMPTON, N. H. 

BAXTER, BRUCE J. 
113 THACHER ST. 
MILTON, MASS. 



ALLEN, SUSAN 

1513 FAIRWAY DRIVE 

CHARLESTOWN, S.C. 

ALPAUGH, PETER 
119 CONGRESS ROAD 
CINCINNATI, OHIO 

ALPERT, PAUL B. 
326 WEST ROCK AVE. 
NEW HAVEN, CT. 

AMARAL, CAROLE ANN 
456 TERRACE AVE. 
WARREN, R. I. 

ANDERSON, KAREN D. 
138 97TH ST. 
BROOKLYN, N. Y. 



AUSTIN, GEORGE 
9 WEST HILL DRIVE 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

BABCOCK, GAIL 

15 TROWBRIDGE ST. 

CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

BACHMANN, ROBERT E. 

13 PARK DRIVE 

W. SPRINGFLD., MASS. 

BAKER, ROBERT M. 
12 BRIARWOOD TRAIL 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

BAKST, HEYWOOD B. 
31 PARSONS DR. 
SWAMPSCOTT, MASS. 



BAZILUS, GREGORY L. 
120 THOMAS STREET 
CRANFORD, N. J. 

BEALE, SARA 

1035 BRUSH HILL ROAD 

MILTON, MASS. 

BEARD, SIDNEY E. 
9990 GREINER RD. 
CLARENCE, N. Y. 

BEATTY, EDWARD, JR. 
19 LORAINE AVE. 
BROCKTON, MASS. 

BECKER, ANITA 

2305 BARREN HILL RD. 

LAFAYETTE HILL, PA. 



ANDERSON, LYNN M. 
207 STONECREST DR. 
DEWITT, N. Y. 

ANGELL, JOHN 
99 MADISON ST. 
DEDHAM, MASS. 

ANSELL, ROBERT L. 
12 PEACOCK FARM RD. 
LEXINGTON, MASS. 



BALAS, RONALD 
8 DENNY ST. 
BOSTON, MASS. 

BALDWIN, STEPHEN A. 
280 BURBANK RD. 
LONGMEADOW, MASS. 

BANNISTER, THOMAS F. 
4 SPRING HILL TERRACE 
SOMERVILLE, MASS. 



BELCHER, SALLY J. 

58 WINDEMERE CIRCLE 

BRAINTREE, MASS. 

BE LINK, DEBRA 
5 LEX AVE. 
PLAINVIEW, N. Y. 

BELL, CECIL H. 

518 HARRINGTON RD. 

WAYZATA, MINN. 



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BELLIVEAU, ROGER A. 

22 FAYS AVE. 

LYNN, MASS. 

BENEDICT, EDWARD H. 
70 SUNSET ROAD 
BAY SHORE, N. Y. 

BENSON, JOAN N. 

42 RECTOR ST. 

E. GREENWICH, R. I. 

BERGIN, MURIEL H. 
291 DALE ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

BERKOWITZ, EDWARD B. 
4365 BEDFORD AVE. 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

BERN, ELLEN H. 
57 01 225TH ST. 
BAYSIDE, N. Y. 

BIST ANY, ELAINE 
298 LAWRENCE ST. 
LAWRENCE, MASS. 

BITTELARI, RONALD 
33 HORACE ST. 
NEEDHAM, MASS. 

BLACKBURN, GREG PEREZ 

4 PLYMOUTH RD. 

PRT. WASHINGTON, N.Y. 

BLADIS, MARK R. 
2 HIGHPOINT DRIVE 
MOUNTAINSIDE, N. J. 

BLAU, CATHERINE ANN 
123 WHITNEY STREET 
WESTBURY, N. Y. 

BLEDEL, IRENE R. 

69 FIFTH AVE. APT. 14H 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 

BLEECKER, STEPHEN D. 

1380 WINTON RD. 

SO. ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

BLOCK, MARCIA J. 
1605 TREBOY AVE. 
RICHMOND, VA. 

BLOOM, FREDRIC I. 
16 ASPEN RD. 
W. ORANGE, N. J. 



BLOUNT, ALAN R. 
25 MOUNTAIN RD. 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

BODMAN, AINSLEY 
ANDERSON HILL ROAD 
BERNARDSVILLE, N.J. 

BOILEAU, DAVID L. 
SPRING HILL FARM 
BOX 115 
PLEASANT VLLY., PA. 

BOLEN, ROBERT 
10 GWYNNE COURT 
CLOSTER, N. J. 

BOLTZ, BEVERLY THERESA 
323 LIVINGSTON PLACE 
CEDARHURST, L.I., N.Y. 

BOMSON, AMY 

1 STEVEN DR. 
HEWLETT, N. Y. 

BONIFACE, NICHOLAS P. 
15 CONCORD ST. 
NORTH READING, MA. 

BORK, BARBARA C. 
55 RIDGEWOOD AVE. 
IRVINGTON, N. J. 

BORR, GEOFFREY E. 

43 N. MONTELLO STREET 

BROCKTON, MASS. 

BOVI, WAYNE 
12 PLANET ST. 
TORRINGTON, CONN. 

BOYLE, MICHAEL P. 
46 MIDDLEFIELD DR. 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

BRADLEY, ROBERT 
329 NORTH ST. 
HINGHAM, MASS. 

BRADSHAW, BARBARA J. 
850 COLUMBUS AVE. APT.7E 
NEW YORK, N.Y. 

BRAGG, KENNETH C. 
6 ST. JOHN STREET 
JAMAICA PLN., MASS. 

BRASH, ROBERT D. 
344 BLUE HILLS AV. 
HARTFORD, CONN. 



BRAUDE, DANIEL 
93 ARLINGTON AVE. 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

BRAUNSTEIN, BONNIE B. 
11 FRANKLIN AVE. 
RYE, N. Y. 

BRAVO, CARLA M. 
327 HALSEY ST. 
BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

BRAY, ROBERT 

UNION ST. 

MONTAGUE CTR., MASS. 

BRIANTE, PETER J. 
TEN CHAD WICK RD. 
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. 

BRODY, FRANCINE 
316 HARDING RD. 
FAIR HAVEN, N. J. 

BROWN, DAVID H. 
908 UPLAND DRIVE 
ELMIRA, N. Y. 

BROWN, ROBERT B. 
14 CALVIN RD. 
NEWTONVILLE, MASS. 

BROWN, ROBERT T. 
14 OAK ST. 
CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

BROWN, STEVEN W. 

44 FOX RUN RD. 

SO. HAMILTON, MASS. 

BROWN, SUSAN L. 
312 W. 39TH ST. 
WILMINGTON, DEL. 

BRUCE, CHARLES M. 
VIALLE S.S. PIETRO E. 
PAOLO 29 
ROME, ITALY 

BRUGNOLI, LOUIS J. 
933 MIDLAND RD. 
ORADELL, N. J. 

BRULTE, PIERRE J. 
23 NEDLEY LANE 
GREENWICH, CONN. 

BRUNELLI, JOHN 
210 CHESTNUT ST. 
FRANKLIN, MASS. 

BRUNENGRABER, TODD J. 
66 BOYD ST. 
LONG BEACH, N. Y. 



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BUCCI, ANTHONY A. 
15 GOOSEBERRY ROAD 
NEWPORT, R. I. 

BULVA, REGINA 
30 23 BERDAN AVE. 
FAIR LAWN, N. J. 

BURKE, JAMIE S. 
25 PINE HILL ROAD 
SWAMPSCOTT, MASS. 

BURLEY, KENNETH JAMES 
151 BEAL ROAD 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

BURWICK, JOHN M. 
JOHN MILTON MOTEL 
DEWITT, N. Y. 

BUTLER, THOMAS S. 
614 CEDARBROOK RD. 
SOMERVILLE, N. J. 

CABBE, RUTH 0. 
84 LANCASTER RD. 
DEDHAM, MASS. 

CABLE, DONALD J. 
10 GARDEN ST. 
MONTCLAIR, N. J. 

CACCIATORE, JOSEPH M. 
80 HIGH ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

CAGGIANO, JOSEPH A. 
96 PEMBERTON ST. 
REVERE, MASS. 

CALABRESE, JAMES K. 
21 FOREST RD. 
STOUGHTON, MASS. 

CALABRO, JUDITH 

11 ROSE AVE. 

SO. BRAINTREE, MASS. 

CALLAHAN, CHRISTOPHER, JR 
14 JOHNS ROAD 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 

CALLAN, CYNTHIA ALICE 
21 NILSEN AVENUE 
QUINCY, MASS. 

CANDEE, ROBERT P. 
INDIAN TRAIL 
HARRISON, N. Y. 



CANFIELD, GEORGE 
14 SUNSET PARK 
UP. MONTCLAIR, N. J. 

CAPON, ANNE M. 
127 BARNUM AVE. 
PT. JEFFERSON, N. Y. 

CARAPELLA, ROBERT 
69 HIGHLADGE DR. 
PENFIELD, N. Y. 

CARCHEDL ROBERT A. 
174 RIDGEWOOD DR. 
NORWOOD, MASS. 

CARNABUCI, SANTO 
16 EPPING ST. 
DORCHESTER, MASS. 

CARR, VALERIE ANN 
1598 HAWTHORNE ST. 
BALDWIN, N. Y. 

CARROLL, JAMES 

OLD POWDER MILL RD. 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. Y. 

CATTAT, VINCENT 
1219 HILLVIEW DR. 
UTICA, N. Y. 

CAVANAUCH, WILLIAM J., JR. 
54 WHEELER AVE. 
SALEM, N. H. 

CHAO KUO, LING ALLISON 
3B LUCKY MANSION 
LANE 475 TAN HWA S. RD. 
TAIPE, TAIWAN, CHINA 

CHAPIN, RONALD 

145 SOUTH BRANCH PKWY. 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

CHASE, MARK 
FAIRHAVEN ROAD 
MATTAPOISETT, MASS. 

CHAVE, PATRICIA 
28 WOODMERE BLVD. 
WOODMERE, N. Y. 

CHESLOFSKA, JOHN 
59 FERRY ST. 
EVERETT, MASS. 

CHIN, PAUL J. 

253 SHAWMUT AVE. 

BOSTON, MASS. 

CHISHOLM, PETER C. 
40 SUMMER ST. 
SALEM, MASS. 



CHOSIAD, JANE S. 
94 FLORENCE RD. 
LOWELL, MASS. 

CINCOTTA, STEPHEN S 
13 RIPLEY ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

CISCO, ELIZABETH 
77 SPRING STREET 
TORRINGTON, CONN. 

CLARE, ROBERT E. 

249 NORTH CENTRAL AVE 

WOLLASTON, MASS. 

CLARK, HARRY 
56 SEYMOUR ST. 
ROSLINDALE, MASS. 

COHEN, ALAN S. 
14 BISHOP ROAD 
QUINCY, MASS. 

COHEN, DONALD S. 
32 16 SHEFFIELD TERR 
FAIR LAWN, N. J. 

COHEN, JANE D. 
CLARIDGE HOUSE APT 501 
VERONA, N. J. 

COHEN, JUDITH D. 
42 HAMLIN RD. 
EDISON, N. J. 

COHEN, LEAH A. 
45 N. MAPLE AVE. 
PARK RIDGE, N. J. 

COHEN, NANCI J. 

31 GREENTREE CIRCLE 

WESTBURY, N. Y. 

COHEN, ROBERT N. 
50 HARTMAN RD. 
NEWTON, MASS. 

COHN, ROBERTA A. 

19 W. RIDGE DR. 

W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

COLE, CYNTHIA B. 
797 BIRD AVE. 
BUFFALO, N. Y. 

CONLIN, DAVID N. 
23 FISKE ST. 
NATICK, MASS. 

CONNOLLY, JANET 
2200 N. PASCAL AVE. 
ROSEVILLE, MINN. 



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COLYER, LINDA S. 
1332 WEMPLE LANE 
SCHENECTADY, N. Y. 

CONNOR, KEVIN M. 
31 PROSPECT ST. 
WINCHESTER, MASS. 

CONOLY, SANDRA J. 
607 W. SEVENTH ST. 
LAKELAND, FLA. 

COOKE, LARRY A. 
73 DOVER ROAD 
WESTWOOD, MASS. 

COOMBS, DAVID DODGE 

13 MT. PLEASANT ST. 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 

COON, STEVEN D. 

R D 2 HAVERLING HEIGHT 

BATH, N. Y. 

COOPER, WILLIAM E., JR. 

14 CHERRY VALE AVE. 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

CORCORAN, BOURKE 
69 DIVISION AVE. 

SUMMIT, N. J. 

CORRENTE, LOIS C. 
132 LABAN ST. 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

COSENTINO, VINCENT J. 
23 SPRUCE DR. 
NAUGATUCK, CONN. 

COSTA, SUSAN 

1329 HEARTWOOD DRIVE 

CHERRY HILL, N. J. 

COTTON, RANDALL E. 
11 CLARENCE RD. 
WAYLAND, MASS. 

CRAMER, WILLIAM C. 
45 FOX HILL RD. 
MIDDLETOWN, N. J. 

CRAWFORD, WALTER H. 
36 BROOKSIDE DR. 
WILBRAHAM, MASS. 

CREEDON, BERNARD 
709 WILBAIN DRIVE E. 
UTICA, NEW YORK 



CREIGHTON, CAROL 
14 PLEASANT ST. 
WEST CONCORD, MASS. 

CRONIN, WILLIAM 

17 WESTWOOD TERRACE 

LAWRENCE, MASS. 

CRONIN, MAUREEN 
89 McKINLEY AVE. 
NORWICH, CONN. 

CROWTHER, GEOFFREY C. 
48 WILLOW ST. 
FLORENCE, MASS. 

CUDMORE, LINDA J. 

203 CAPTAIN PIERCE RD. 

N. SCITUATE, MASS. 

CULLEN, JOHN A. 
1164 WASHINGTON ST. 
ABINGTON, MASS. 

CUNNINGHAM, NORMAN L. 
34 COUNTRYWOOD DR. 
MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. 

CURRY, DAVID 

29 MAPLE DELL LANE 

HOLLISTON, MASS. 

CUSACK, MAURICE, JR. 
28 BLAKESLEE STREET 
CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

GUSHING, KENNETH DANA 
1 ROBERT DRIVE 
GEORGETOWN, MASS. 

CUSHMAN, WILLIAM R. 
BOX 244 
LEXINGTON, MASS. 

D AMICO, LAWRENCE J. 
154 ROSS AVE. 
HACKENSACK, N. J. 

D ANDRAIA, ANNA MARIE 
105 ALTA AVE. 
YONKERS, N. Y. 

DALESSIO, RICHARD S. 
DALESSIO, BERNARDINE F. 
88 ORANGE ST. 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

DALEY, DOMINIC A. 
941 WESTMINSTER 
LAKE FOREST, ILL. 

DARDANO, FRANCIS A. 
916 LANCING ST. 
UTICA, NEW YORK 



DARDANO, ELLEN MAIDMAN 
NORTH BROADWAY 
UPPER NYACK, N. Y. 

DAREFF, SHEILA 
191 MOHEGAN DRIVE 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

DARIENZO, LINDA MARIE 
1879 SO. DIVISION ST. 
PEEKSKILL, N. Y. 

DAVIES, JEFFREY 0. 
896 HIGHLAND AVE. 
WESTFIELD, N. J. 

DAVIS, AUDREY S. 
33 SIXTH STREET 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

DAVIS, LAURALEE 
ARBUTUS TRAIL 
CHATHAM, MASS. 

DAVISON, WILLIAM H. 
Ill THAXTER ST. 
HINGHAM, MASS. 

DAY, JOHN J. 
281 CENTRAL ST. 
MANSFIELD, MASS. 

DE ANGELIS, STEPHEN R. 
Ill SILVER BROOK RD. 
MILTON, MASS. 

DE CAMP, ANNA 
15 BYRD AVE. 
ROSLINDALE, MASS. 

DE FELICE, CHRISTINE 
15 MAPLE LANE 
BLAUVELT, N. Y. 

DE GROOT, PAMELA 
83 FELLSMERE RD. 
MALDEN, MASS. 

DE ROCCHI, DAVID 
28 PENACOOK ST. 
CONCORD, N. H. 

DESAUTELS, NOEL J. 
1906 JAMES ST. 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

DE SUA, JOSEPH P. 
144 DAY ST. 
AUBURNDALE, MASS. 

DEAN, HENRY A. 
96 CLIFF STREET 
NAUGATUCK, CONN. 



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DEEGAN, BROOKS F. 
59 FIRST ST. 
GARDEN CITY, N. Y. 

DEHM, EDITH JOYCE 
196 DEER MEADOW LANE 
R. D. 1 CHATHAM, MASS. 

DEMMINGS, SANDRA M. 
185 PLIGRIM RD. 
BROOKLINE, MASS. 

DETSCH, PHILIP J. 
WEST ST. 
CARLISLE, MASS. 

DEVLIN, JAMES C. 
124 MAIN ST. 
JAFFREY, N. H. 

DEXTER, LEWIS 
108 UPLAND ROAD 
BROOKLINE, MASS. 

DI CROCE, MICHAEL W. 
29 FLORENCE ST. 
BROCKTON, MASS. 

DI MOTTA, MICHAEL 
13 GARNETT PL. 
NORWOOD, N. J. 

DI RUGGIERO, BRUCE E. 
144 KENT PLACE BLVD. 
SUMMIT, N. J. 

DI ZOGLIO, ROBERT J. 
46 BELVEDERE DR. 
CRANSTON, R. I. 

DILLON, THOMAS E. 

53 SPRING LANE 

W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

DIPPERT, THOMAS M. 

140 TUNXIS RD. 

W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

DONNELL, BRIAN S. 
41 LAKE AVENUE 
WALPOLE, MASS. 

DONNELLY, JOHN 
32 BAY STATE RD. 
WELLESLY HILLS, MA. 

DONNELLY, KEVIN G. 
12 EATON COURT 
SUMMIT, N. J. 



DONOVAN, MICHAEL T. 
200 PROSPECT ST. 
NORWELL, MASS. 

DOOLEY, JOHN 
77 BAKER AVE. 
LEXINGTON, MASS. 

DOORLY, JOHN W. 
ADAMS FARM RD. 
WESTPORT, CONN. 

DORFMAN, ALLAN M. 
90 OGDEN PLACE 
MORRISTOWN, N. J. 

DOVNER, GERALD A. 
1700 BROADWAY 
RAYNHAM, MASS. 

DRAKE, BETSY ANN 
79 PROSPECT AVE. 
PRINCETON, N. J. 

DREIBELBIS, HARVEEN G. 
MERCER ROAD 
COLTS NECK, N. J. 

DROSSOS, MARGUERITE M. 
459 SO. MAIN ST. 
BRADFORD, MASS. 

DU FINE, ELAINE V. 
129 QUARRY RD. 
STAMFORD, CONN. 

DUFFY, CHRISTINE 
90 CONCORD ROAD 
WESTON, MASS. 

DUGAN, MARGARET P. 
45 COLUMBINE RD. 
MILTON, MASS. 

DUGGAN, THOMAS J. 
78 FREEMAN AVE. 
EVERETT, MASS. 

DUSZA, ANASTASIA M. 
9 CARMEN ST. 
DORCHESTER, MASS. 

EDDY, PAUL 
164 GERRY RD. 
CHESTNUT HILL, MA. 

EDDY, RANDOLPH JR. 
485 WARREN ST. 
ROOKLINE, MASS. 

EISENBERG, MARILYN C. 
32 GUNHOUSE ST. 
SHARON, MASS. 



EISENBERG, ROBERT T. 
1511 ANDREWS LANE 
E. MEADOW, N. Y. 

EISNER, SUSAN M. 
23 MIDWOOD CROSS 
ROSLYN, L. I., N. Y. 

ELLIN, MORRIS 
CAVES ROAD 
OWINGS MILLS, MD. 

ELLIOTT, LYDIA T. 
NASON HILL ROAD 
SHERBORN, MASS. 

EPSTEIN, RICHARD 

27 PHILBRICK ROAD 
NEWTON CENTRE, MA. 

ERGANG, MITCHEL L. 
510 ELM GROVE DR. 
DAYTON, OHIO 

EVANS, STEPHEN A. 
9008 MAIN ST. 
WOBURN, MASS. 

EWALD, PETER B. 
259 PROSPECT AVE. 
ORADELL, N. J. 

FACTOR, ALAN 

28 BARRY STREET 
RANDOLPH, MASS. 

FAGELBAUM, LAURIE S. 
525 RIVERDALE AVE. 
YONKERS, N. Y. 

FALLON, DAVID J. 

1736 CENTRAL AVENUE 

NEEDHAM, MASS. 

FALLON, GREGORY 

857 FURNACE BRK. PKWY. 

QUINCY, MASS. 

FALLON, JAMES C. 
313 HILLCREST ROAD 
NEEDHAM, MASS. 

FARNSWORTH, CHRISTINE M. 
21 ROBIN RD. 
WESTWOOD, MASS. 

FAULKNER, MICHAEL R. 
229 RICHMOND AVE. 
W. HAVEN, CONN. 

FAZZOLARE, DOUGLAS P. 
MEADOWBROOK DR. 
OSSINING, N. Y. 



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FERGUSON, PAUL E. 
121 YEOMANS AVE. 
MEDFORD, MASS. 

FERNANDES, LEROY J. 
8 CRESTWOOD PARK 
DORCHESTER, MASS. 

FERNANDES, STEPHEN C. 
60 SOUTH ST. 
FRAMINGHAM, MASS. 

FLEISHMAN, JERROLD 
77 BELLINGHAM RD. 
BROOKLINE, MASS. 

FERRINI, STEPHEN C. 

3301 MANHATTAN, B.C., CAL. 

FERRY, KENNETH M., JR. 
246 WASHINGTON ST. 
CANTON, MASS. 

FEURING, PALLADINO D. 
BARTLETT ROAD 
MANOMET, MASS. 

FIELD, MICHAEL J. 
26 WILCOX AVENUE 
PAWTUCKET, R. I. 

FILIBERTO, ANTHONY P. 
1310 BLUE HILL AVE. 
MATTAPAN, MASS. 

FINEMAN, ROBERT J. 
32 BRANDON RD. 
MILTON, MASS. 

FINKELL, GREGORY C. 
3 OXFORD RD. 
ALBANY, N. Y. 

FINN, JOANNE 

120 NEPONSET AVE. 

HYDE PARK, MASS. 

FISCHER, ANDREA L. 

59 LYMAN ROAD 

W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

FISHER, DANIEL H. 
3714 WEST LAKE RD. 
CANANDAIGUA, N. Y. 

FLAIG, JOHN 

1130 WENDELL AVENUE 

SCHENECTADY, N. Y. 



FLAVIN, DENNIS 
74 GRANITE ST. 
MEDFIELD, MASS. 

FLAVIN, MICHAEL J. 
74 GRANITE ST. 
MEDFIELD, MASS. 

FLEISCHER, ELLEN J. 
603 PERLEE AVENUE 
RARITAN, N. J. 

FLOM, HELENE 
279 DRAPER ST. 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

FRAGA, JOSE G. 
80 EMPIRE ST. 
ALLSTON, MASS. 

FRANKS, MERRILL 
SALISBURY ROAD 
NO. CANAAN, CONN. 

FRIEDMAN, TOBE FRANCES 
54 WOODBINE ST. 
AUBURNDALE, MASS. 

FRIERY, PATRICIA 
140 EAST ST. 
ONEONTA, N. Y. 

FRITCH, PAMELA E. 
207 MELROSE ST. 
MELROSE, MASS. 

FUGAZY, WILLIAM D. 
SUNNYRIDGE RD. 
HARRISON, N. Y. 

FULCHINO, SANDRA 
98 NORTH ST. 
MEDFORD, MASS. 

GABALDONI, LUIS J. 
166 EAST 63 ST. 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

GADOL, VIRGINIA L. 
46 CAPRI DRIVE 
ROSLYN, L. I., N. Y. 

GAGLIARDI, MICHAEL R. 
59 BRENTWOOD LANE 
FAIRPORT, N. Y. 

GALANTE, CAMILLE M. 
276 MARCY AVENUE 
BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

GALLAGHER, DENNIS P. 
108 HAFFENDEN RD. 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 



GAMMON, PAUL D. 
36 RIVERVIEW AVE. 
RUTHERFORD, N. J. 

GARAFANO, DAVID R. 

315 MESHANTICUT VLY. PK. 

CRANSTON, R. I. 

GARDEPHE, GERALDINE M. 
4 NO. PASSAGE 
FAIRPORT, N. Y. 

GARRE, PETER S. 
ANTHONY WAYNE RD. 
NEW VERNON, N. J. 

GARVEY, TIMOTHY M. 
84 HIGH ST. 
CLINTON, CONN. 

GAUDET, ROBERT C. 
14 LOCUST WAY 
NAHANT, MASS. 

GELB, SAMUEL R. 
2128 COVENTRY DR. 
WILMINGTON, DEL. 

GESUELLE, SANDRA 
74 HIGHVIEW AVE. 
WETHERSFIELD, CT. 

GETTER, ROBIN M. 
4 RUTH LANE 
FARMINGDALE, N. Y. 

GHUBLIKIAN, DIANE W. 
50 RALPH TALBOT ST. 
SO. WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

GIANGREGORIO, IGNATIUS 
7 HARLEY AVE. 
EVERETT, MASS. 

GIBBINS, DAVID 
110 SKYLINE DRIVE 
MORRISTOWN, N. J. 

GILLIS, CHRISTOPHER R. 

494 E. CENTRE ST. 

W. BRIDGEWATER, MA. 

GINSBURG, SHERRY R. 
206 EUCLID AVE. 
ALBANY, N. Y. 

GLADSTONE, SHERRY 
97 SERPENTINE LANE 
SEARINGTOWN, L.I., N.Y. 

GLASER, MICHAEL B. 
128 PRINCETON RD. 
CHESTNUT HL., MASS. 



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GLASGALL, NEIL A. 

38 TOMPKINS RD. 
SCARSDALE, N. Y. 

GLENCROSS, CAROL A. 

25 GOULD AVE. 

E. WALPOLE, MASS. 

GLOTZER, ROBERT 
136 DELRAY AVE. 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

GOHS, JAMES R. 

39 TROUT BROOK LA. 
NORWELL, MASS. 

GOLDMAN, RONALD E. 
35 REGENT ST. 
BERGENFIELD, N. J. 

GOLDMAN, TEDDY R. 
15 CRESTVIEW DR. 
BLOOMFIELD, CONN. 

GOLDRING, CAROL A. 
23 GURNEY TERR. 
FAIR LAWN, N. J. 

GOLDSTEIN, BETTINA 
254 BROADWAY BOX 112 
MONTICELLO, N. Y. 

GOLDSTEIN, GORDON E. 
108 26 66TH RD. 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

GOLDSTEIN, STEVEN B. 
130 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

GORFINE, MARC 

32 HARBOUR TERRACE 

CRANSTON, R.I. 

GOUSE, NEIL D. 
134 TENTH ST. 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

GRANGER, EDWARD H. 
125 ADAMS ST. 
ABINGTON, MASS. 

GRANT, JEFFREY F. 
16 LAUREL DRIVE 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

GRANT, KATHLEEN M. 
7 BROWN RD. 
SCITUATE, MASS. 



GRAVES, RUSSELL D. 
WEST ROAD 
BENNINGTON, VT. 

GRAVITIS, VIESTURS 
106 FOREST HILL ST. 
JAMAICA PLN., MASS. 

GRAY, ALAN S. 

10 FENENO TERRACE 
BROOKLINE, MASS. 

GRAY, ARTHUR G. 
16 OAK STREET 
PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

GRAYSON, JEFFREY M. 
1172 TICE PLACE 
WESTFIELD, N. J. 

GREEN, CHARLES 

131 SO. 3 AVE. 

MT. VERNON, N. Y. 

GREEN, HOWARD H. 

11 BIRCH HILL DRIVE 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

GREEN, RICHARD L. 

612 JUNE PL. 

NO. WOODMERE, N. Y. 

GREEN, WILLIAM S. 
1766 OLD WELSH RD. 
ABINGTON, PA. 

GREENBERG, GEOFFREY M. 
1290 AVE. OF AMERICAS 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

GREENBLAT, ALIX JO 
2911 ALLEN ST. 
ALLENTOWN, PA. 

GREENSPAN, SUSAN ANN 
3091 DRIFTWOOD LANE 
BELLMORE, N. Y. 

GREENSTEIN, STEVEN 
14 AVON RD. 
SPRINGFIELD, N. J. 

GRILLI, RICHARD 
18 RITCHIE DR. 
YONKERS, N. Y. 

GUGLIELMO, JOSEPH A. 
38 NEW ST. 
RYE, N. Y. 

GUINEY, JOHN J. 

44 MORRISON ROAD WEST 

WAKEFIELD, MASS. 



HACKETT, MITCHELL S. 
4 MONTANA PL. 
HUNTINGTON STATION 
NEW YORK 

HACKER, JONATHAN 
452 LOWELL AVE. 
NEWTONVILLE, MASS. 

HAINE, WALTER A. 
805 KNOLL WOOD TERR. 
WESTFIELD, N. J. 

HALL, JOHN P. 

243 TENTH STREET 

LOWELL, MASS. 

HALL, KENDALL W. 
7 PRISCILLA RD. 
WELLESLEY HLS., MASS. 

HANNINGTON, MARK C. 
22 WOODCLIFF RD. 
CANTON, MASS. 

HANNON, FREDERICK 
83 GREENACRE RD. 
WESTWOOD, MASS. 

HANSEN, DONALD A. 
41 MOFFAT ROAD 
QUINCY, MASS. 

HARDING, NINA E. 

15 WINDING BROOK LANE 
MERIDEN, CONN. 

HARMON, BRUCE 
1 SUMMER STREET 
WATERVILLE, ME. 

HARRIS, HOWARD R. 

16 SLEEPY HOLLOW RD. 
PORTCHESTER, N. Y. 

HARRIS, MARC A. 
604 LARAMIE PL. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

HART, JAMES T. 
15 CASTLETON ST. 
JAMAICA PLN., MASS. 

HARVEY, CLARA L. 

17 SILVER RD. 
BRAINTREE, MASS. 

HAYDEN, GEORGE 

36 LIBERTY ST. 

SO. WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

HEBARD, RICHARD C. 
25 GREENACRES AVE. 
SCARSDALE, N. Y. 



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HEISLER, WILLIAM 
705 CIRCUIT ST. 
HANOVER, MASS. 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM A. 
4 FRANKLIN TERRACE 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 

HENRY, THOMAS K. 
23 OAK TREE RD. 
DEDHAM, MASS. 

HETRAKUL, PRATHAK 
STUDENT DEPT. 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 

HETTICH, GEORGE T. 
6 FOSTER RD. 
TENAFLY, N. J. 

HETTICH, WILLIAM 
SIX FOSTER ROAD 
TENAFLY, N. J. 

HEYMANN, ELLEN R. 

35 W. McCLELLAN AVE. 
LIVINGSTON, N. J. 

HILLS, HOLDEN F., JR. 
530 MAPLE DRIVE 
FAYETTEVILLE, N. Y. 

HILTON, TERRY 

1727 FALL RIVER AVE. 

SEEKONK, MASS. 

HINTLIAN, GREGORY 
91 BEATRICE CIRCLE 
BELMONT, MASS. 

HODGDON, RAY C. 
110 FOREST ST. 
STONEHAM, MASS. 

HOF, RUSSELL J. 
167 RUTGERS AVE. 
BERKELEY HGTS., N.J. 

HOFFMAN, JOSEPH 
27 FRANK AVE. 
REVERE, MASS. 

HOFFMANN, STEPHEN R. 

36 VINCENT ST. 
CHATHAM, N. J. 

HOLDEN, LEILA 
105 STEDMAN ST. 
BROOKLINE, MASS. 



HOLLANDER, DAVID A. 
809 PENNINGTON ST. 
ELIZABETH, N. J. 

HOLLANDER, MARK R. 
25 FAIRVIEW AVE. 
BROCKTON, MASS. 

HOLLEY, KEVIN C. 
1566 REGAL AVE. 
SCHENECTADY, N. Y. 

HOLTON, STEPHEN 
UNION ST. 

COHASSET STATE PARK 
HINGHAM, MASS. 

HONGTONG, TIDA 
STUDENTS DEPT. THAI EMB. 
1906 23RD ST. N. W. 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 

HOOPER, DEBRA LEE 
70 HARBOR ROAD 
WESTPORT, CONN. 

HOOPER, ROBERT J. 
156 SELDEN HILL DRIVE 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

HORN, WILLARD N. 
287 GARFIELD ST. 
HA WORTH, N. J. 

HOVEY, WILLIAM 
4850 GLENFIELD DR. 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

HOWELL, ROBERT R. 
25 KIMBALL ST. 
DORCHESTER, MASS. 

HUKE, CHRISTINE L. 

18 ROGER DRIVE 

PRT. WASHINGTON, N.Y. 

HUNTER, ARTHUR S. 
5727 25TH ST. W. 
BRADENTON, FLA. 

HUNTER, PAMELA 
249 LAKE VIEW AVR. 
CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

HURVITZ, DAVID 

50 LANCASTER TERRACE 

BROOKLINE, MASS. 

HYDE, ROBERT B. 

1021 WESTCOTT STREET 

SYRACUSE, N. Y. 



JACOBSON, PAULA L. 

7 DEAN RD. 
MARBLEHEAD, MASS. 

JACOBUS, GLENN W. 
52 SUMMER AVE. 
DOVER, N. J. 

JAFFE, JAMES 

14 COLBOURNE RD. 

BRIGHTON, MASS. 

JAFFE, LINDA K. 
843 LEONARD DR. 
WESTBURY, N. Y. 

JAGGER, THEODORE N. 
767 SPRINGFIELD AVE. 
SUMMIT, N. J. 

JAME, LOUISE 

8 BISHOP LANE 
BRIARCLIFF MNR., N.Y. 

JAMES, CHARLES L. 

165 FAYERWEATHER ST. 

CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

JARRELL, RICHARD H. 
46 LINCOLN ST. 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 

JENKINS, CALVIN W. 
THE MANSE 

IRVINGTON ON HUDSON 
NEW YORK 

JEVARJIAN, DIANE L. 
37 DONNA DRIVE 
FAIRFIELD, CONN. 

JOBSON, BRIAN F. 
60 PINEBROOK DR. 
LARCHMONT, N. Y. 

JOHANSON, GARY S. 

35 SAMPSON ST. 

W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

JOHNSON, ALLEN D. 
100 W. MERRIMACK ST. 
MANCHESTER, N. H. 

JONES, JOHN P., JR. 
7 MARTIN ST. 
STAMFORD, CONN. 

JONES, ROBERT A. 
148 LAKEVIEW AVE. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

JOSEPH, ROBERTA A. 
19 ENGLE ST. 
TENAFLY, N. J. 



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JUDGE, ROBERT S., JR. 
66 APPLETON ST. 
ARLINGTON, MASS. 

JULIEN, BRUCE W. 
204 COPELAND ST. 
W. BRIDGEWATER, MA. 

KAHN, DARON M. 
381 LAWRENCE RD. 
MEDFORD, MASS. 

KAHN, JERROLD P. 
8 MARWOOD ST. 
ALBANY, N. Y. 

KAHN, KAREN 
EIGHT MARWOOD ST. 
ALBANY, NEW YORK 

KALLOCK, MICHAEL N. 

726 PIPER RD. 

W. SPRINGFIELD, MA. 

KALOUST, WILLIAM E. 
56 LEXINGTON ST. 

LYNN, MASS. 

KAMP, SUSAN 

329 EDWARDS DRIVE 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. Y. 

KANIEWSKI, JOHN J. 
55 WOODRUFF AVE. 
THOMASTON, CONN. 

KAPLAN, CHERYL 
149 N. CHURCH ST. 
HAZELTON, PA. 

KARZMAR, CARRIE J. 
526 WYOMING AVE. 
MILLBURN, N. J. 

KASPER, LILLIAN MARIE 
542 PLEASANT ST. 
WATERTOWN, MASS. 

KAUFMAN, BOWEN J. 
BEVERLY HLS. APTS. 
31 OLD HOPE RD. 
KINGSTON, JAMAICA W. I. 

KAVOVIT, STEVEN A. 
4 KENSINGTON ROAD 
ARDSLEY, NEW YORK 



KAYE, NANCY 

355 COURTLAND AVE. 

BRIDGEPORT, CONN. 

KEEFE, STEPHEN A. 
15 WEST RIDING ST. 
WELLESLEY, MASS. 

KEHOE, JOSEPH A. 
184 ROBBINS ST. 
MILTON, MASS. 

KEHRMEYER, MICHAEL 
67 WALK HILL ST. 
BOSTON, MASS. 

KELLEY, MICHELE 
35 ANDREWS ROAD 
WOLLASTON, MASS. 

KELLEY, ROBERT A. 
60 UNICORN AVE. 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

KELLY, MARILYN ANN 
34 LENAPE LANE 
BERKELEY HGTS., N.J. 

KENNEDY, CHRISTOPHER 
153 COMMON STREET 
WATERTOWN, MASS. 

KEPNES, STUART 
1600 BEACON ST. 
BROOKLINE, MASS. 

KERN, KENNETH J. 
3890 VOORHIS LANE 
SEAFORD, N. Y. 

KERRISSEY, DIANE C. 
224 CENTRAL AVE. 
MILTON, MASS. 

KERZNER, KATHLEEN 
131 LYNDON ROAD 
CRANSTON, R. I. 

KESSLER, ROBERTA SUSAN 
21 RIVER BEND DRIVE 
SO. NATICK, MASS. 

KIERNAN, CARROLL 
CURTIS FARMS RD. 
MIDDLEBURY, CONN. 

KIKEN, GLORIA BETH 
70 WARNER AVE. 
JERSEY CITY, N. J. 

KIMBALL, DAVID D. 
590 A. MAIN STREET 
LYNNFIELD, MASS. 



KINGSLEY, JAMES C. 
234 HOLLYWOOD AVE. 
HO HO KUS, N. J. 

KINNEY, PATRICIA A. 
5 BRANDAGEE AVE. 
BRANFORD, CT. 

KIRK, ROSS J. 
123 MAY STREET 
NAUGATUCK, CONN. 

KIRKBY, CHERYL MARIE 
16 ERREGGER TERRACE 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

KIRSTEIN, SHARON V. 
4 McKINLEY RD. 
MARBLEHEAD, MASS. 

KLEIN, CAROL 

172 WEST END AVE. 

NO. PLAINFIELD, N.J. 

KLEIN, HARRIET J. 
3 SADORE LANE 
YONKERS, N. Y. 

KLEIN, SANDRA 
418 ACADEMY ST. 
SO. ORANGE, N. J. 

KLIBE, SANDRA 
132 COLONIAL ROAD 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

KLINE, ROBERT C. 
315 BIRCH DRIVE 
ROSELLE, N. J. 

KOMISS, LAURA B. 
108 ELBRIDGE RD. 
NEW BRITAIN, CONN. 

KORN, JEFFREY 
909 E. 29TH STREET 
BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

KORZNIOK, MARYANN 
38 APPLEGATE RD. 
FAIRFIELD, CONN. 

KOZLOW, HOWARD R. 
3 DEAL LANE 
LIVINGSTON, N. J. 

KRAININ, BETTINA 
INDIAN HILL RD. 
BEDFORD, NEW YORK 

KRAUS, WILLIAM 

29 MONTCLAIR ROAD 

WABAN, MASS. 



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RD 1 BOX 366A 
NORTHUMBERLND., PA. 



LORD, ALFRED 

14 ORIN WHITE DRIVE 

RANDOLPH, MASS. 



KRIEG, ROBIN V. 

225 E. 48TH ST. 

NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. 

KROOP, NANCY S. 
100 KEARNY AVENUE 
PERTH AMBOY, N. J. 

KRUGER, ALAN R. 
45 JAFFREY ST. 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

KURTZ, BARRY 

81 MORRIS AVE. APT. 19 

SPRINGFIELD, N. J. 

KUTZIN, SANDRA LEE 
299 PLEASANT ST. 
HAWORTH, N. J. 

LAGER, KAY A. 
41 PARKSIDE WAY 
NO. KINGSTOWN, R. I. 

LALLY, KEVIN M. 
1225 MAIN ST. 
HANOVER, MASS. 

LALOR, RICHARD W. 
320 KENSINGTON RD. 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

LANCTOT, ROBERT L., JR. 
108 GARFIELD AVE. 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 

LANDE, ALISSA 
138 12 28TH ROAD 
FLUSHING, N. Y. 

LANDRIGAN, STEVEN W. 
56 SEQUAMS LANE 
W. ISLIP, N. Y. 

LANGLEY, DONALD H. 
9 PROSPECT ST. 
SO. EASTON, MASS. 

LANZETTA, DANIEL 
646 SO. PEARL STREET 
ALBANY, N. Y. 

LARNER, JAMES C. 
COOLIDGE RD. 
CONCORD, MASS. 

LARRIER, DIANE L. 
1773 UNION ST. 
BROOKLYN, N. Y. 



LAVITT, SUSAN A. 
HILLSDALE DR. 
ROCKVILLE, CONN. 

LAWRENCE, JOHN D., JR. 
40 CHESTNUT ST. 
WESTON, MASS. 

LAWTON, CHARLES T. 
35 GLENWOOD RD. 
UPPER MONTCLAIR 
NEW JERSEY 

LAWTON, JOHN C. 
76 OVERLOOK PLACE 
RYE, NEW YORK 

LEAHY, JO ANN T. 
135 ELSINORE ST. 
CONCORD, MASS. 

LEARY, GERARD S. 
44 HILLSDALE ST. 
DORCHESTER, MASS. 

LEE, JOHN J. 
HORSE SHOE HILL 
POUND RIDGE, N. Y. 

LEIBOWITZ, LEONARD 
4 BRISTOL ROAD 
MARBLEHEAD, MASS. 

LEONARD, NANCY M. 

280 UNION ST. 

SO. WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

LERNER, SCOTT R. 
90 BAXTER RD. 
BROOKLINE, MASS. 

LEVIN, MADLYN 
110 11 72ND AVE. 
FOREST HILLS, N. Y. 

LEWIS, PHILLIP S. 
6 BAYBERRY DR. 
SHARON, MASS. 

LINTON, ROBERT D. 
76 PROSPECT ST. 
MARSHFIELD, MASS. 

LOHLE, STEPHEN E. 
200 GOLDSMITH RD. 
PITTSBURGH, PENN. 

LOISELLE, PAULETTE R. 
16 WINTERGREEN LANE 
WETHERSFIELD, CT. 



LOVENS, HERBERT D. 
32 DANIA ST. 
MATTAPAN, MASS. 

LUBARSKY, STEVEN P. 
21 KINNEY DRIVE 
WORCESTER, MASS. 

LUBELL, ROBERT G. 
868 PLEASANT ST. 

CANTON, MASS. 

LUNDVALL, STEPHEN 
447 PROSPECT ST. 
GLEN ROCK, N. J. 

LYONS, MICHAEL F. 
49 GREATON RD. 
W. ROXBURY, MASS. 

MacDONALD, CAROL 
210 DANA AVE. 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 

MacDONALD, JOYCE 
210 DANA AVE. 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 

MacDONALD, WILLL\M D. 

353 POND ST. 

SO. WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

MacGILPIN, GREGORY L. 
598 SALISBURY ST. 
WORCESTER, MASS. 

MacMEEKIN, DONALD 
53 TREEBOROUGH DRIVE 
HARTFORD, CONN. 

MacNEIL, ROBERT E. 
10 SPEARE PLACE 
BOSTON, MASS. 

MAHONEY, SHEROLYN J. 
134 BUCKLAND AVE. 
ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

MALINOWSKI, LAWRENCE D. 
275 CHESTNUT ST. 
ABINGTON, MASS. 

MALONE, CHARLES 
90 ELLISON PARK 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

MAPP, LLOYD S., JR. 
968 WILLIAMS AVE. 
BROOKLYN, N. Y. 



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MARCUS, CAROLE 
8740 S. W. 20 TERRACE 
MIAMI. FLORIDA 

MARCUS, MAXINE B. 
7 MARGARET RD. 
SHARON, MASS. 

MARDENBOROUGH, SPENCER 
42 HARRETON RD. 
ALLENDALE, N. J. 

MARECHAL, LAWRENCE P. 
300 STUYVESANT AVE. 
RYE, N. Y. 

MARGOLIES, JAY O. 
415 PINEBROOK BLVD. 
NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. 

MARGOLIS, JOYCE 

100 EDGEMOORE ROAD 

ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

MARION, RUSSELL H. 
150 LYMAN ST. 
SO. HADLEY, MASS. 

MARKS, JEFFREY R. 
328 KNIGHT LANE 
ORANGE, CONN. 

MARKS, RONALD J. 
131 LORRAINE DRIVE 
BERKELEY HGTS., N.J. 

MARMER, PAUL J. 
74 MONMOUTH AVE. 
MEDFORD, MASS. 

MAROTTA, EDWARD J. 
11 PILLION CT. 
NEWTONVILLE, MASS. 

MARSH, JAMES A. 
29 WENHAM ST. 
BOSTON, MASS. 

MARTIN, SUSAN E. 

625 HAMBURG TURNPIKE 

POMPTON LAKES, N.J. 

MARTIN, THOMAS 
22 PLAIN STREET 
WAYLAND, MASS. 

MARURY, DENNIS J. 

465 KNICKERBOCKER RD. 

TENAFLY, N. J. 



MASON, MARK 
126 WEST STREET 
BROCKTON, MASS. 

MAVAGERI, ROBERT F. 
25 PINE DRIVE 
PAWLING, N. Y. 

MAXWELL, ROBERT W. 
870 WASHINGTON ST. 
WALPOLE, MASS. 

MAYER, SCOTT D. 

16 KORWEL CIRCLE 
W. ORANGE, N. J. 

MAZZELLA, RAYMOND A. 

17 GROVE ST. 
CRANFORD, N. J. 

McARTHUR, DAVID 

395 concord st. 
framingham, mass. 

mccafferty, stephen o. 
109 bright rd. 
belmont, mass. 

McCaffrey, james b. 
120 north main st. 
w. hartford, conn. 

McCANN, MICHAEL E. 
70 EGERTON RD. 
ARLINGTON, MASS. 

McCULLOUGH, DAVID J. 
15 NO. CENTRAL AVE. 
WOLLASTON, MASS. 

McDONOUGH, RICHARD M. 
437 N. ELM STREET 
W. BRIDGEWATER, MA. 

McIVER, CHRISTOPHER M. 
30 NARRAGANSETT RD. 
QUINCY, MASS. 

McKENNA, JAMES K. 
384 WARD ST. 
NEWTON, MASS. 

McLINDEN, BARBARA A. 
50 HILLTOP DRIVE 
MANHASSET, N. Y. 

McMAHON, SHARON 

213 THOMPSON SHORE RD. 

MANHASSET, N. Y. 

McNALLY, CORNELIUS P. 
9 MORNINGSIDE RD. 
ARDSLEY, N. Y. 



McNALLY, JAMES R. 
49 CLOVER LEAF RD. 
LEOMINSTER, MASS. 

McNAMARA, JOHN D. 
12508 SCARLET LANE 
BOWIE, MD. 

McSHANE, THOMAS J. 
18 NEWPORT TERRACE 
WOLLASTON, MASS. 

MEADER, MARGARET L. 
17 FILMORE PL. 
GARDINER, ME. 

MEEHL, JACK B., JR. 
100 OAK LANE 
BROCKTON, MASS. 

MEERS, ROBERT J. 
159 PARSONS ST. 
BRIGHTON, MASS. 

MEIXNER, GARY WAYNE 
OTHA DRIVE 
KATONAH, N. Y. 

MELE, JOHN J. 

46 FREDERICK AVE. 

HAWTHORNE, N. J. 

MELLIN, WILLIAM J. 
84 AMHERST DRIVE 
YONKERS, N. Y. 

MEROLLA, LAWRENCE M. 
56 OAK ST. 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

MERROW, JAMES W. 
21 BAYWATER DR. 
DARIEN, CONN. 

MESSER, LILLY J. 
RD 1 HWY. 33 
FREEHOLD, N. J. 

MONROE, JOAN MICHAEL 
36 MAPLE ST. 
BRAINTREE, MASS. 

MICHETTI, LAWRENCE 
7 GLEASON COURT 
WALPOLE, MASS. 

MIGLIORE, SANDRA G. 
1 SHERWOOD ROAD 
MELROSE, MASS. 

MIKELSON, BARBARA JO 
338 BRUSH HILL ROAD 
MILTON, MASS. 



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MILKOFF, ALAN F. 
85 LINWOOD ST. 
MALDEN, MASS. 

MILLER, HOWARD J. 
606 BEATTIE ST. 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

MILLER, SANDRA J. 
406 CEDAR LANE 
NEW CANAAN, CONN. 

MILLER, VIRGINIA 
38 BENSON ST. 
BLOOMFIELD, N. J. 

MILLS, CAMPBELL S. 
22 BROOKLINE DR. 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

MILLS, JOHN C. 
57 LAKE DRIVE SO. 
WEST ISLIP, N. Y. 

MINASIAN, MARDY ROSS 
228 BEECH ST. 
ROCKLAND, MASS. 

MITCHELL, DONALD 
CANDLEWOOD SHORES 
BROOKFIELD, CONN. 

MITCHELL, PATRICIA E. 
1 RUE DES RIVAGEOIS 
LIEGE, BELGIUM 

MITCHELL, ROBERT J. 
88 BEVERLY HLS. LOWER 
W. SPRINGFIELD, MA. 

MIZEREK, ANNE MARIE 
EIGHT CHANNING ST. 
NEWPORT, R. I. 

MOGEL, MICHAEL S. 
33 BLUE HILL TERR. 
MILTON, MASS. 

MOLONEY, WILLIAM C. 
115 FOREST HILLS ST. 
JAMACIA PLNS., MASS. 

MONK, MARTIN L. 
531 NEWTON RD. 
LITTLETON, MASS. 

MONK, ROBERT J. 

15 COLEMAN TERRACE 

TENAFLY, N. J. 



MONTEMURRO, JAMES A. 
70 CEDAR AVENUE 
NEWARK, N. J. 

MONTESI, GINO M. 
34 BRAINTREE AVE. 
QUINCY, MASS. 

MOORE, CRAIG M. 

160 30 73 AVE. 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

MORANO, DENISE A. 
BOX 228 R. D. 1 
PRINCETON, N. J. 

MORGENSTERN, DEAN 
225 EAST 63RD STREET 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

MORTON, C. JENNY 
110 BROADWAY 
MONTICELLO, N. Y. 

MOULTON, ALLAN S. 
43 JOAN ROAD 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 

MUCHMORE, JOHN W. 
RED GATE RD. 
NEW VERNON, N. J. 

MULFORD, PORTER 
29 PIERREPONT ROAD 
WINCHESTER, MASS. 

MULLEN, DANIEL T., JR. 
260 GREEN STREET 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

MURPHY, MARK F. 
41 TAME BUCK RD. 
WOLCOTT, CONN. 

MURTHA, JOSEPH J., JR. 
34 CANDLEWOOD LANE 
AVON, CONN. 

MYERS, STEPHEN 
115 MARCOURT DR. 
CHAPPAQUA, N. Y. 

MYZAL, JANICE L. 
2 BRENTWOOD AVE. 
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y. 

NAIMAN, JAN A. 

382 SOUTH PARKWAY 

CLIFTON, N. J. 

NAPPE, JOSEPH C. 
1900 TERRACE AVENUE 
S. PLAINFIELD, N. J. 



NASUTI, RICHARD L. 

20 NORTH PARK STREET 

FRANKLIN, MASS. 

NELSON, PETER JAY 
168 AUDOBON AVE. 
MT. VERNON, N. Y. 

NEMETH, BRENDA A. 
34 VOORHEES AVE. 
SOMERSET, N. J. 

NEUHART, JOHN M. 
103 HILLSIDE AVE. 
CHATHAM, N. J. 

NEVINS, BRUCE MICHAEL 
707 DEHIRSCH AVE. 
WOODBINE, N. J. 

NEWHOUSE, ROBERT J. 
27 INDIAN RIDGE RD. 
NATICK, MASS. 

NEWKIRK, HOWARD B. 
256 E. BROADWAY 
SALEM, N. J. 

NIEZGORSKI, FRANK S. 
100 BEVERLY ROAD 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

NOLAN, CHARLES STEPHEN 
16 FRANCES RD. 
WOBURN, MASS. 

NUTTER, ROBERT 
705 MAIN STREET 
HANSON, MASS. 

O BRIEN, JOSEPH C. 
18 MARMION RD. 
MELROSE, MASS. 

O'CONNELL, LUCILLE V. 
96 JERSEY STREET 
DEDHAM, MASS. 

O'CONNELL, RICHARD J. 
39 VIRGINIA RD. 
QUINCY, MASS. 

O'DONNELL, ROBERT J. 
60 SURFSIDE ROAD 
SCITUATE, MASS. 

ODBERT, CATHERINE J. 
10610 BELFAST PL. 
POTOMAC, MD. 

OFF, SAMUEL W., JR. 
R. D. 2 
LIGONIER, PENN. 



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OGLE, PAMELA R. 
19 CLIFTON RD. 

MILTON, MASS. 

OHANIAN, MICHAEL 
80 EVERGREEN WAY 
BELMONT, MASS. 

OLESKI, DENISE T. 
144 HILLCREST AVE. 
NEWINGTON, CONN. 

OLMSTED, VALERIE A. 
94 FREMONT ST. 
HARRISON, N. Y. 

ORCHARD, LILLIAN 
253 POND STREET 
WESTWOOD, MASS. 

ORLANDO, LINDA L. 

550 BEVERAGE HILL AVE. 

PAWTUCKET, R. I. 

ORSILLO, RICHARD P. 
10 ELLSWORTH AVE. 
MELROSE, MASS. 

OSTROWSKI, EDWARD S. 
47 SIGOURNEY STREET 

LYNN, MASS. 

OWENS, CASSIE DEMAREST 
415 FIRST ST. 
ORADELL, N. J. 

PALANTONI, JOYCE A. 
135 ALTAMONT AVE. 
MELROSE, MASS. 

PALLOTTA, DEBORAH ANN 
601 ABBOTTS LANE 
FALLS CHURCH, VA. 

PALMARIELLO, ROGER 
14 KINGMAN AVENUE 
REVERE, MASS. 

PALOW, ANN RUTH 
419 WAYLAND AVENUE 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

PARELLA, RICHARD A. 
30 COURTLAND ST. 
EVERETT, MASS. 

PAUL, ELLEN 

827 E. BROADWAY 7 

SO. BOSTON, MASS. 



PAUL, LESLIE 
289 STEVENS AVE. 
JERSEY CITY, N. J. 

PAYNE, WILLIAM B. 
47B LIONEL AVE. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

PEARLMAN, HOWARD 
10 PHILIP RD. 
BELMONT, MASS. 

PECHENIK, JANIS N. 
LORDS HILL BOX 159 

NASSAU, N. Y. 

PENA, DOMINGO 

MAIN ST. 

W. FALMOUTH, MASS. 

PEPER, CHRISTOPHER J. 
LESLIE LANE 
KATONAH, N. Y. 

PERCELAY, ABIGAIL S. 
624 EAST AVE. 
PAWTUCKET, R. I. 

PEROWITZ, PHILIP J. 
750 GILBERT PLACE 
NO. WOODMERE, N. Y. 

PESCE, ELIZABETH R. 
18 CARLTON AVE. 
YONKERS, N. Y. 

PETERSEN, RICHARD H. 
4147 WEST HENRIETTA 
ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

PETERSEN, RICHARD J. 
120 SEWALL AVE. 
BROOKLINE, MASS. 

PETERSEN, RONALD R. 
4147 WEST HENRIETTA 
ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

PETERSON, ROBERT LEE 
67 MITCHELL ST. 
W. ORANGE, N. J. 

PETIGROW, STEVEN R. 

48 GARFIELD PLACE 
MAPLEWOOD, N. J. 

PETRACCORO, CHRISTINE 
24 RUSSELL PLACE 
SUMMIT, N. J. 

PETRINO, VINCENT L. 

49 DIETZ RD. 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 



PETRUCELLI, CONSTANCE M. 
2 EDGE WOOD AVE. 
W. ORANGE, N. J. 

PFEIFFER, WILLIAM T. 
HUNTINGTON HLS. SO. ENT. 
ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

PHILLIPS, STEVEN J. 
381 MAIN ST. 
SHREWSBURY, MASS. 

PHILLIPS, WENDELL H., JR. 
204 AUSTIN ST. 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 

PHILLIPS, WENDELL T. 
23 PURCHASE ST. 
MILFORD, MASS. 

PINNEY, KENNETH W. 
2302 BALMORAL AVE. 
UNION, N. J. 

PITT, ROBERT A. 
2361 MASS AVE. 
LEXINGTON, MASS. 

PIZZI, JOHN M. 
20 CONCORD ST. 
FRANKLIN, MASS. 

PORTER, RAYMOND B. 
129 ASH ST. 
BROCKTON, MASS. 

POSSEL, CORINNE D. 
BURNETT RD. 
MENDHAM, N. J. 

POTENTE, RALPH 
143 URBAN ST. 
MOUNT VERNON, N. Y. 

POWERS, ALBERT 

371 ELMWOOD AVENUE 

QUINCY, MASS. 

PREUSSER, RICHARD T. 
12 GRAND VIEW CIR. 
PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. 

PRINS, JUDITH E. 
1873 HANOVER ST. 
YORKTOWN HGTS., N.Y. 

PROUT, NICHOLAS L. 
14 PINE GROVE AVE. 
SUMMIT, N. J. 

PUGLIESE, SALLYANN 
111 SMITH STREET 
PORT CHESTER, N. Y. 



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PURCELL, DIXON 
89 WELLESLEY AVE. 
WELLESLEY, MASS. 

QUAGENTI, HENRY J., JR. 
120 FENNO ST. 

revere, mass. 

quan, susan p. 
8 arrowhead rd. 
weston, mass. 

quirk, kathleen m. 
51 eastland rd. 
jamaica pln., mass. 

quirk, richard m. 
16 McCarthy road 
marshfield, mass. 

raboff, jean richard 
425 beechmont drive 
new rochelle, n. y. 

rafferty, richard a. 
125 the fellsway 
murray hill, n.j. 

ralph, donna p. 
53 franklin ave. 

RYE, N. Y. 

RANKL, LAWRENCE J. 
75 READ AVE. 
LINCOLN, R. I. 

RASANANDA, KAMCHAI 
STUDENT DEPT. 
ROYAL THAI EMBASSY 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 

REDINGTON, DAVID C. 
200 EAST 62ND ST. 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

REED, NEIL DU PUY 
116 N. BRUNSWICK AVE. 
MARGATE, N. J. 

REGIT ANO, ANTHONY M. 
929 OAK ST. 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

REID, GEORGE C. 
232 ALLENDALE WAY 
CAMP HILL, PENN. 



REID, RICHARD A. 

186 SCHENECTADY AVE. 

BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

REIDEL, NATHANIEL C. 
560 ROBERTS AVE. 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

REILLY, FREDERICK J. 
309 CENTRAL AVE. 
NEEDHAM HTS., MASS. 

REILLY, RAYMOND H. 
42 ORCHARD DR. 
RYE, N. Y. 

RENDA, RENEE 

3 APPLE HILL LANE 

LYNNFIELD, MASS. 

RICCI, JOSEPH P. 
184 CORNELL ST. 
ROSLINDALE, MASS. 

RIESS, DENNIS A. 
1078 SEWARD AVE. 
WESTFIELD, N. J. 

ROOT, MICHAEL A. 
168 NASSAU AVENUE 
FREEPORT, N. Y. 

ROSE, ANN SHERI 
44 FULLER DRIVE 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

ROSE, PRISCILLA C. 
78 ASH TREE LANE 
SCHENECTADY, N. Y. 

ROSENBAUM, RICHARD J. 
22 ROGERS PKWY. 
ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

ROSS, CHARLES N. 
91 WASHINGTON ST. 
QUINCY, MASS. 

ROTH, HILLARY A. 
5 CHATHAM RD. 
CRANSTON, R. I. 

ROTHSTEIN, BRIAN M. 
635 MOUNTAINVIEW AVE. 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

RUBINETTI, FRANK S. 
2444 STEUBEN ST. 
UNION, N. J. 

RUDOLPH, JEFFREY L. 
20 PINE GROVE RD. 
BLOOMFIELD, CONN. 



RUDOLPH, MARK H. 
20 ASH STREET 
WESTWOOD, MASS. 

RUDDY, JENNIFER A. 
768B CHESTNUT ST. 
NEEDHAM, MASS. 

RUEL, ROBERT U. 
1708 WESTFIELD ST. 
W. SPRINGFLD., MASS. 

RUPNER, ANITA M. 
TROUT STREAM DR. 
VERNON, CONN. 

RUPPRECHT, MARK H. 
2646 BURNS PLACE 
UNION, N. J. 

RICHARDSON, RAYMOND V. 
1314 PROSPECT PLACE 
BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

RILEY, EDWARD J. 
11 LEVERETT ST. 
BROOKLINE, MASS. 

RILEY, JANET E. 
508 FLORENCE ST. 
FALL RIVER, MASS. 

RITUCCI, RICHARD A. 
131 WALNUT ST. 
BROCKTON, MASS. 

ROBBINS, JUDITH E. 
41 SUMMER ST. 
DOVER, N. H. 

ROBERTS, DAVID W. 
81 ST. GEORGE COURT 
WARWICK, R. I. 

ROBERTS, STANLEY E. 
14 PINE HILL ROAD 
SWAMPSCOTT, MASS. 

ROBINOVITZ, BETSY 
102 ARCHER STREET 
FALL RIVER, MASS. 

ROBINSON, JUDITH A. 
4 REMSEN AVE. 
MEDFIELD, MASS. 

ROBINSON, MICHAEL B. 
16 CAROL RD. 
MARBLEHEAD, MASS. 

ROGOW, JEFFREY F. 

2100 LINWOOD AVE. AP. 4K 

FORT LEE, N. J. 



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ROLFE, ROSE BUNNY 
11 EAST 86TH STREET 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

ROLLINS, NANCY K. 
65 HAVILEND ST. 
QUINCY, MASS. 

ROMAINE, EDWARD K. 

121 S. 23RD STREET 
KENILWORTH, N. J. 

ROONEY, WILLIAM J. 

122 ROSLINDALE AVE. 
BOSTON, MASS. 

RYSINGER, GEORGE 
314 CORNELL STREET 
ROSLINDALE, MASS. 

SABELLA, JOSEPH L 
154 CHELSEA ST. 
EVERETT, MASS. 

SADLER, BARBARA 
29 CHARTER AVE. 
DEER PARK, L. I., N.Y. 

SAGENKAHN, BRETT 
110 WOODSIDE DRIVE 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

SAHL, SUSAN L. 

5 NORTHERN ROAD 
HARTSDALE, N. Y. 

ST. AMOUR, MARCEL T. 

6 RIDGE RD. 
HAWTHORNE, N. J. 

SANSONE, MICHAEL J. 
48 POND STREET 
BELMONT, MASS. 

SANTAS, MARK H. 
6325 WESTERLY TERR. 
JAMESVILLE, N. Y. 

SANTILLI, JOHN J. 
8 REDDY AVE. 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 

SARKISIAN, BARBARA M. 
309 SIXTH ST. 
CALUMET, MICHIGAN 

SAURO, DAVID A. 
166 CHESTNUT ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



SAXE, ROBERT 

363 FOREST AVENUE 

SWAMPSCOTT, MASS. 

SCAPPATURA, JUDY ANN 
140 LAWRENCE AVENUE 
EASTCHESTER, N. Y. 

SCHAEFER, EUGENE J. 
155 WOODBINE CIRCLE 
NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J. 

SCHAEFER, JANET 
BIRCHWOOD TERRACE 
MIDDLEBURY, CONN. 

SCHARLATT, SUSAN J. 

1 DEASY LANE 
GLEN COVE, N. Y. 

SCHEIBER, RENEE J. 
8 CHATHAM PLACE 
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. 

SCHECHNER, MAX P. 
84 TORREY AVENUE 
BROCKTON, MASS. 

SCHIAVI, ROBERT B. 
3 ORTON DR. 
WARRENSBURG, N. Y. 

SCHLANSKER, JAMES R. 
2162 STUYVESANT ST. 
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. 

SCHMIDT, ROBERT E. 
99 CENTRAL AVENUE 
NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J. 

SCHNEIDER, JAMES I. 
255 CLAFLIN ST. 
BELMONT, MASS. 

SCHOENFELDER, EUGENE T. 
FISKE HILL 
STURBRIDGE, MASS. 

SCHONWALD, SUSAN A. 
THREE COLONIAL DR. 
SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J. 

SCHUESSLER, ARTHUR P. 
17 WEST LANE 
MADISON, N. J. 

SCHULTZ, ALAN J. 

2 PORTINA ROAD 
BRIGHTON, MASS. 

SCHWARTZ, JAMIE ELIZ 
2 FOREST PLACE 
LARCHMONT, N. Y. 



SCHWARTZ, ROBERT M. 
109 QUEENS CT. 
MASSAPEQUA PK., N.Y. 

SCHWARTZ, LINDA J. 
55 BOUND BROOK RD. 
NEWTON, MASS. 

SCHWARTZFARB, JOAN D. 
45 JEROME AVE. 
NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. 

SCLAROW, STUART D. 
WYNCOTE HOUSE 
WYNCOTE, PENN. 

SCOTLAND, JAMES C. 
23 LIBERTY POLE ROAD 
HINGHAM, MASS. 

SCOTT, STEPHEN D. 
299 BEACON STREET 
HA WORTH, N. J. 

SCULLY, MAUREEN C. 
61 LIBERTY ST. 
HAWTHORNE, N. Y. 

SEARS, CUSHMAN A. 
18 HAMILTON ROAD 
ARLINGTON, MASS. 

SEIDMAN, GARY 
KIRBYS LANE 
JERICHO, N. Y. 

SELLEW, PHILLIP 
EVERGREEN ROAD 
NEW CANAAN, CONN. 

SENADISAI, PANJA 
STUDENT DEPT. 
ROYAL THAI EMBASSY 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 

SEVINOR, RALPH H. 
2 SHELDON ROAD 
MARBLEHEAD, MASS. 

SHARWELL, DAVID H. 
70 FREDERICK ST. 
HACKENSACK, N. J. 

SHAUGHNESSY, MARILYN F. 
8 ST. ANDREW RD. 
E. BOSTON, MASS. 

SHAW, PETER T. 
47 MIL WOOD RD. 
E. HARTFORD, CONN. 

SHEARER, PETER 
481 CEDAR ST. 
HANOVER, MASS. 



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SHOREY, JON P. 
277 GROVE STREET 
HANOVER, MASS. 

SHORT, PAUL J. 
11 WALNUT AVE. 
FRANKLIN, MASS. 

SHUMAN, ROBERT C. 
6 BRANDEIS RD. 

NEWTON, MASS. 

SILFEN, PEGGY ANN 
CRAWFORD ROAD 
HARRISON, N. Y. 

SILVEIRA, BRIAN M. 
65 KING PHILIP ST. 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

SIMON, MICHAEL P. 

473 CHESTNUT HILL AVE. 

BROOKLINE, MASS. 

SIMONDS, PHILIP B., Ill 

GRANGE AVE. 

LITTLE COMPTON, R. L 

SIRKIN, ELIOT N. 
39 PARKWAY VLG. 
CRANFORD, N. J. 

SLIFER, HAROLD P. 

1085 MOUNT VERNON RD. 

UNION, NEW JERSEY 

SLOATE, JOHN A. 

327 CENTRAL PARK W. 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 

SMITH, ANDREA L. 

5672 STEVENS DR. R. D. 3 

CLAY, N. Y. 

SMITH, DONALD E. 
MEADOWMERE ROAD 
STRATFORD, CONN. 

SMITH, LESLIE JOAN 

34 BEVERLY ST. 

NO. DARTMOUTH, MA. 

SMITH, MARILYN A. 
186 SOUTH WALKER 
TAUNTON, MASS. 

SMITH, PATRICIA A. 
BOX 143 
ASSINIPPI, MASS. 



SMITH, ROBERT E. 
138 VILLAGE STREET 
MILLIS, MASS. 

SHAPIRO, STEPHEN M. 
77 REDWOOD RD. 
NEWTON, MASS. 

SOKOL, REGINA CLAIRE 
138 HIGHLAND AVE. 
WINTHROP, MASS. 

SONENSTEIN, JEFFREY A. 
98 HAWLEY ST. 
WATERBURY, CONN. 

SOREL, EUGENE 
MOSWANSICUT LAKE DR. 
N. SCITUATE, R. I. 

SORGE, DENNIS P. 

70 WILLOW DR. 

NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. 

SOUTHARD, JOHN C. 
40 E. BROOKSIDE DR. 
LARCHMONT, N. Y. 

SPOONER, SUSAN M. 
27 ARNOLD AVE. 
NEWPORT, R. L 

STABIN, RANDY W. 
10 OXRIDGE RD. 
ELMSFORD, N. Y. 

STAHL, JUAN R. 

8A CALLE 1 66 ZONA 10 

GUATEMALA, GUATEMALA 

STANTON, ROBERT M. 

96 VAN HORN ST. 

W. SPRINGFIELD, MA. 

STASZKO, DONALD E. 
181 SPRINGDALE RD. 
WESTFIELD, MASS. 

STEINBERG, SPENCER E. 
18 PADDINGTON RD. 
SCARSDALE, N. Y. 

STEINER, RICHARD B. 
130 RIDGEWOOD RD. 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

STEINFELD, CAROL R. 
1102 WILSON AVE. 
TEANECK, N. J. 

STELZER, MARIAN S. 
15 BROOKSIDE LANE 
DOBBS FERRY, N. Y. 



STERN, JOHN S. 
201 E. 79TH ST. 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

STILLMAN, ROBERT B. 
82 COLEYTOWN RD. 
WESTPORT, CONN. 

STONE, ALLISON W., Ill 
90 WARREN STREET 
ABINGTON, MASS. 

STONE, MICHAEL L. 
479 WOODBRIDGE ROAD 
ROCKVILLE, N. Y. 

STRASSBURGER, ANDREW 
12 MONMOUTH AVE. 
RUMSON, N. J. 

STRODEL, MARK 
225 ROBINEAU ROAD 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

STROSAHL, JORDAN B. 
301 HAVILAND RD. 
STAMFORD, CONN. 

STUART, DOUGLAS 
151 MYERS AVE. 
ABINGTON, MASS. 

SUGDEN, JAMES 
70 MEADOW ROAD 
WESTON, MASS. 

SULLIVAN, JOHN N. 
1741 W. ONONDAGA ST. 
SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

SURGEON, SANDRA 
83 COUNTRY CLUB RD. 
TENAFLY, N. J. 

SURKIS, MARK D. 
325 LIDO BOULEVARD 
LONG BEACH, N. Y. 

SUSSMAN, ALAN L. 
4 WARING RD. 
NATICK, MASS. 

SUTHERLAND, PAUL 
356 NO. WARREN AVE. 
BROCKTON, MASS. 

SWANSON, STUART E. 
HARBOR HILL DR. 
HUNTINGTON, N. Y. 

SWARTZ, SHELLEY G. 
443 MANORHILL AVE. 
PETERB9R0UGH 
ONTARIO, CANADA 



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SWIRBALUS, ROBERT D. 
38 HOLMES ST. 
NO. QUINCY, MASS. 

SZYMANSKI, CHARLES 
ROCKVILLE ROAD 
WINDSORVILLE, CONN. 

TABACCO, JAMES 
CANEEL BAY PLANTATION 
BOX 1091 ST. THOMAS 
VIRGIN ISLANDS 

TANGUAY, PATRICIA A. 
5 CLOVERHILL PL. 
KENSINGTON, CONN. 

TARANTINO, SUSAN 

50 BLACKBURN TERRACE 

W. ORANGE, N. J. 

TAVS, ROBERT 

49 WEST 12TH STREET 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 

TAYLOR, MICHAEL E. 
46 HERSEY ST. 
HINGHAM, MASS. 

TAYLOR, TIMOTHY G. 

4 COURT LANE 
DEDHAM, MASS. 

THANOS, THEODORA P. 
43 LODGE ST. 
MANCHESTER, N. H. 

THEPENIER, JEAN CLAUDE 
184 WALKER ST. 
BABYLON, NEW YORK 

THISTLE, PAUL A. 

21 CRICKLEWOOD LANE 

MELROSE, MASS. 

THOMAS, ROBERT J. 
213 BELMONT AVE. 
WESTBURY, N. Y. 

THOMASINO, FRANK E. 
19 HOOKER DRIVE 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

THOMPSON, DEBORAH M. 
TROOP K RD. 
MANILUS, N. Y. 

THOMSON, TERRESA L. 
8305 COTTAGE ST. 
VIENNA, VIRGINIA 



TIERNEY, PAUL F. 
36 RICE ROAD 
WAYLAND, MASS. 

TICHE, JAMES D. 
BALDWIN HILL ROAD 
LITCHFIELD, CONN. 

TIMMONS, ELLEN M. 
955 CENTRE ST. 
JAMAICA PLN., MASS. 

TINDAL, BRUCE B. 
160 ELY ROAD 
LONGMEADOW, MASS. 

TISS, HOWARD B. 

2 ARCHBRIDGE LANE 

SPRINGFIELD, N. J. 

TOBIN, WILLIAM J., JR. 
2 MANOR DRIVE 
STOUGHTON, MASS. 

TOMASZEWSKI, URSULA 
71 RUNYON AVE. 
SOMERSET, N. J. 

TORTORA, ROSARIO F. 
43 LINWOOD ST. 
ANDOVER, MASS. 

TOUGAS, GEORGE 
39 ELM AVENUE 
BROCKTON, MASS. 

TROTMAN, JOYCE C. 
102 HART ST. 
TRENTON, N. J. 

TSENG, VIVIEN F. 

15 SLEEPY HOLLOW RD. 

PORT CHESTER, N. Y. 

TSICKRITZIS, PETER N. 
74 HATHAWAY CIR. 
ARLINGTON, MASS. 

TUBMAN, HAROLD 
64 LEWIS ROAD 
SWAMPSCOTT, MASS. 

TURCO, ROBERT M. 
10 BEACON ST. 
WALPOLE, MASS. 

TURNER, HARVEY P. 
7 NOB HILL RD. 
WAYLAND, MASS. 

UCHIN, MERYL SUSAN 
245 RIVERVIEW AVE. 
HIGHLAND PARK, N. J. 



UGAWA, SUMIKO 
45 WARREN STREET 
MELROSE, MASS. 

ULLMANN, WILLIAM A. 
MOOSE HORN RD. 
E. HARTLAND, CONN. 

UNANGST, ALAN C. 
212 MAIN STREET 
HANOVER, MASS. 

URBAITIS, MARLEEN DARCY 
2089 PLUM STREET 
SCHENECTADY, N. Y. 

URBAN, JOHN 

185 GREEN STREET 

JAMAICA PLAIN, MA. 

UVELLO, ROBERT J. 
128 LEIGHTON ROAD 
BOSTON, MASS. 

VENTRONE, JOSEPH 
19 BLUE RIDGE ROAD 
CRANSTON, R. I. 

VERDON, JAMES P. 
31 LUNAR AVE. 
BRAINTREE, MASS. 

VERDRAGER, CECILS S. 
1341 REGENT ST. 
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. 

VERNER, RODNEY H. 
9 BROADMOOR DRIVE 
RUMSON, N. J. 

VICHNICK, BARRY 

2 STONE HENGE LANE 

E. NORTHPORT, L.I., N.Y. 

VOGT, ROBERT E. 
1643 RIDGEWAY DRIVE 
HEWLETT, N. Y. 

WACHTEL, JUDITH G. 

27 VALLEY LANE W. 

N. WOODMERE, L.I., N.Y. 

WADKOVSKY, PAUL B. 
CAMEL HOLLOW RD. 
HUNTINGTON, N. Y. 

WALKER, JOSEPH B. 
164 NO. MAIN ST. 
COHASSET, MASS. 

WALLACE, RICHARD L. 
625 BEACON STREET 
MANCHESTER, N. H. 



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WHITE, JONATHAN R. 
415 MAIN ST. 
CENTERVILLE, MASS. 



WILSON, DANIEL V. 
24 GILBERT ST. 
PATCHOGUE, N. Y. 



WARD, MARGARET A. 
204 SOUTH STREET 
HARTFORD, CONN. 

WARTER, MARK W. 
541 E. BROAD ST. 
WESTFIELD, N. J. 

WASSTROM, LUCY B. 
CHERRY HILL RD. 
BROOKLYN, CONN. 

WATHEY, WAYNE C. 

228 MAPLE ST. 

W. HEMPSTEAD, N. Y. 

WATSON, JOHN S. 
3 PINE LOW 
GLEN COVE, N. Y. 

WEINBERG, ELLYN M. 
11 RARITAN AVE. 
HIGHLAND PARK, N.J. 

WEINSTEIN, LEON M. 
34 MAPLE AVE. 
RYE, N. Y. 

WEINSTOCK, JEFFREY 
7121 PARK HGTS. AVE. 
BALTIMORE, MD. 

WENGER, SAMUEL A. 
60 50 BLVD. EAST 
W. NEW YORK, N. J. 

WERME, BRUCE H. 
119 SHERBURN CIRCLE 
WESTON, MASS. 

WESTAWAY, SHERRY ANN 
144 NEWLAND STREET 
NORTON, MASS. 



WHITE, KENNETH R. 
16 WHEELER STREET 
LEXINGTON, MASS. 

WHITE, MARY F. 
21 COOLIDGE AVE. 
GLENS FALLS, N. Y. 

WHITE, RICHARD A. 
26 CAROLAN AVE. 
HAMPTON, N. H. 

WHITE, ROBERTA M. 
4 WARREN RD. 
MARBLEHEAD, MASS. 

TORTORA, MARY J. WHITNEY 
428 NORTH MAIN ST. 
SUFFIELD, CONN. 

WIENER, ROBERT 
693 DOWNING ST. 
TEANECK, N. J. 

WILDER, ELEANORE L. 
16 MT. PLEASANT ST. 
HYDE PARK, MASS. 

WILK, IRWIN J. 
834 E. 57TH ST. 
BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

WILLIAMS, BRADFORD 
30 GRANTHAM ROAD 
WALLINGFORD, CONN. 

WILLIAMS, JONATHAN M. 
165 ATHERTON STREET 
MILTON, MASS. 

WILSON, CLIFTON G. 
23 ATHERTON ST. 
MILTON, MASS. 



WINER, CHERYL 
93 MOHEGAN DRIVE 
W. HARTFORD, CONN. 

WINN, CHRISTINE T. 
N. Y. STATE VOCATIONAL 
WEST VIEW DR. 
GRANVILLE, N. Y. 

WINSLOW, EDWARD B. 

37 AVON ROAD 
WELLESLEY, MASS. 

WOLFE, MARGARET 

3815 CARRIAGE HOUSE DR. 

CAMP HILL, PENN. 

WOODTKE, CHARLES E., JR. 

11 CLOVERDALE LANE 
RYE, N. Y. 

WOODWARD, GERALD J. 

12 COOLIDGE ST. 
METHUEN, MASS. 

WUJACK, JOHN L. 
17 FAIRFIELD DR. 
SHORT HILLS, N. J. 

WUJACK, PAUL H. 
17 FAIRFIELD DR. 
SHORT HILLS, N. J. 

ZAFFINI, DONALD E. 

38 MAPLE ST. 
MANSFIELD, MASS. 

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